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"So, Pearly

what do you do for fun?"

Daughter. Friend. Coach.

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That was one question that stumped me every time I am asked that. I grew up as a hard worker. Believing that I have to strive to be the best for me to be loved, to be proud of. No time to waste, having fun was more like a by-product. Get good grades, be a "good Christian" by abiding everything that is written in the Bible, eat right, workout hard, earn lots of money in my banking career, and the list goes on and on. Basically on the surface I looked like I was thriving... but I was unhappy. My happiness was easily determined by my external circumstances and the people around me. I squashed my desires and took away my heart's voice.  It was through a couple of circumstances that cornered me 5 years ago and "forced" me to reflect on my life. As I sat there with my journal, I wrote my first question, "What do I like?". 30 minutes later, I was shocked that I couldn't make it pass 3 items. That launched me on a life long emotional healing journey- learning, sobbing, sharing vulnerably with God and people, more sobbing, laughing, dreaming, all the above. I have never felt more FULLY ALIVE than I do now! Since then, I have helped multiple people from different nations, different walks of life to reconcile with their hearts and God. 

JUST A FEW OF MY FAVORITE THINGS

FAVORITE ACTIVITY

FAVORITE FOOD

FAVORITE DRINK

FAVORITE HOBBY

Working out in the gym

Fat, juicy char siew

(burpees should have never existed)

Iced rose latte

Traveling the world! Eating!

FAVORITE MOVIES

FAVORITE INVESTMENTS

The Marvel Series, Remember the Titans,
Red Cliff, Kingdom

 

Ministry school, Enneagram Coaching, Canva 

(absolute game changer)

Pearly's

professional bio

ABOUT US

Pearly, a graduate from University of Melbourne, started her career with a Big Four Firm, PricewaterhouseCoopers. She has extensive experience in financial and internal audit, leading teams for major banks and investment banks in Malaysia, investment funds and special projects.

She was later employed as the Assistant Vice President in one of the largest banks in Singapore to oversee the operations risk and compliance matters in the Operations and Technology Division. Trained in Green Belt Certification for Lean Six Sigma, she has led bankwide compliance projects such as the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, Common Reporting Standards and process improvement projects. In her banking career, she was awarded various prestigious awards including Leader of the Year and Excellent Service Award (EXSA), which is a national Singapore award that recognises individuals who delivered quality service.

Despite her professional excellence, she has carried a dream to change the world for Jesus. Pearly left her career in the bank to pursue a lifestyle of a "revivalist" in a ministry school in California. She is passionate about seeing people walk in true freedom through prophetic ministry and personal wholeness. She loves the marketplace and desires to see a culture of honor and excellence established in each offices.

Currently she is a trained life coach and has tremendous experience in helping people walk in freedom. Having lost her mother at a young age, she has turned her pain into purpose. She has led support groups under the organisation, Grace to Grieving Persons ("GGP" Outreach") which has been featured in The Star Newspaper. Apart from conducting inner healing and life coaching sessions, she works as a freelance business consultant for a multinational company in the UK and US to establish their compliance processes.