Girl in the Mirror

Nina Dhillon's Girl in the Mirror is an important new book that helps young girls plan their lives. It’s chock full of great advice, fascinating real-life stories, and fun illustrations. It teaches young girls how to increase their awareness, how to set goals, and how to achieve them. Girls who read the book will learn how to make right choices, avoid bad ones, and find their best life path. More

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About Nina Dhillon

Nina Dhillon was born in Shimla, a beautiful city in the Himalayan mountains of northern India. She completed her formal education in India with a master’s degree in business management and worked as a marketing executive before coming to the United States in 1992.

Nina speaks six languages: English, Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu, and a little French and Spanish.
Both of Nina’s daughters are studying to be doctors. Jane, twenty-seven, finished medical school and is currently taking the United States Medical Licensing Examination. Sara, twenty-three, is a medical student and will soon begin clinical rotations, most likely in New York. Both graduated from Granada Hills High School in Los Angeles, California.

When Nina arrived in America, she took whatever jobs she could. She worked as a waitress for four years. She also worked at a Subway sandwich shop for six months and then bought the same restaurant in 2000. She earned her real estate license in 1996 and has worked as a real estate broker since then.

Nina says, “I have lived in Los Angeles since I arrived in the U.S., and I love it!”
Nina loves to play golf and once had an ambition to be a professional golfer. She laments that when it comes to golf, she didn’t follow the advice she gives in this book to “set your goals and pursue them.”

She says, “With this book, I’m trying to keep young girls from those kinds of ‘ifs, ands, or buts,’ so that they can pursue their goals and live full and happy lives!


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