Arlene Ambrose is poet, writer, performer and health advocate based in Alberta, Canada and native to Union Island- St.Vincent and the Grenadines. She has previously preformed in Alberta for the Edmonton Arts Council,Five Artist One Love-Black History Month show case, conducted and assisted in various poetry workshops; including for the Victoria School of the Arts- Edmonton.
She collaborated, through acting, with REACH Edmonton – Immigration and Refugee Initiative to create their documentary addressing domestic abuse. She is currently preforming with Elohim Ministries in their production- Seven Brides But One Wife-based in Toronto, Canada and internationally.
She is a Registered Nurse and Certified Health Coach with a background in critical care, previously working in neurology research, and as health care aide instructor for Norquest College.
Presently you can find her travel nursing across Canada and conducting health talks, including being a facilitator for the Dr. Neil Nedley Depression & Anxiety workshop. She has a passion for natural health remedies, helping people transition to a plant-based lifesyle and emotional and mental health.