Hello, my name is Ralph Amisial. My parents are originally from Haiti and I was born and raised in Montreal, Quebec. I am a senior in the Wellness program at Burman University and I have been the CABL president for two years now. I aspire to become a physiotherapist and open my clinic one day. I am humbled to be the soccer team’s captain. Soccer is one of my favorite sports and I also like to play badminton, basketball, etc. My hobbies also include renovating, cooking and archery. I currently speak four languages and I desire to speak two more.
I’m very passionate about health and wellness, I have learned how much they truly matter and how they can bring transformative changes and benefits into our lives. Our body and mind, when properly kept, are capable of doing so many things and help us to become the best version of ourselves. Unfortunately, many young people in my generation do not prioritize their physical and mental health enough for all kinds of reasons. However, I want to be an agent of change on campus by promoting healthy lifestyles and encouraging others to even take little steps for their health, because they do count. I believe everyone should be able to know more about the health ministry as it will only be beneficial to them. I strongly believe that a healthy lifestyle brings us closer to God and we cannot forget that our body is the temple of the Holy-Spirit. Therefore, we must do our best to keep our temple healthy physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.