Born on the Caribbean island of Tobago, Dr. Price journied to the UK on completion of her basic education. There she completed her registered general nurse (SRN), mental health nurse (RMN) and midwifery (SCM) training. She then migrated to Canada, where she became a citizen, worked as a registered nurse, a nursing tutor, a director of nursing, a dean of nursing and a dean of health sciences, all before the age of 40, but her journey was just beginning. In Canada she received a calling to serve her neighbor. Answering this call took her to live, work and serve in more than 17 countries in the Caribbean, Africa, Middle East and the USA, and provided the opportunity to visit more than 20 others. The journey facilitated spiritual, social, intellectual and emotional growth, which were intertwined, thus facilitating her success and enabling her to leave a legacy worth emulating. She believes that anyone, regardless of their race, tribe, ethnicity, or socioeconomic beginnings, can rise to the top of their chosen field as long as they have a humble yet positive attitude, love in their heart, faith in God, and willingness to listen and follow His will.