Aanchal Women’s Aid Ambassadors help to raise awareness of the Charity. This is a really important role in helping bring awareness to Domestic Abuse.
We are delighted to introduce our two Ambassadors.
About Gi Dhanoa
Gi Dhanoa is an ambitious lady who embarked on becoming a full-time entrepreneur in 2020 when she began to realise her full potential. She is a published Amazon author for her book ‘Forgiven Forgotten Sooooo’ a poetry book raising awareness of domestic and mental abuse.
Gi enjoys investing in property with her sister in South Wales providing rental homes within the community. She also founded Ottilie Solutions which supports fellow investors with a bespoke property sourcing service to start or grow their own property portfolios.
Gi loves being around nature and ensures she spends quality time with her daughter in the countryside where she connects the most with her creative side. One of her biggest passions is to supports and encourage friends and fellow entrepreneurs along their journey with positivity, guidance, and instilling self-belief to help them realise their strengths.
“I am honoured to be appointed as one of the Aanchal Ambassadors, with the first-hand experience of understanding what ladies are overcoming from being in a volatile relationship. I feel it’s a fundamental part of my purpose to give back to communities and support the fabulous work that Aanchal Women’s Aid is providing the courageous ladies”.
About Dominy Roe
Dominy is the host of The Path To Power Podcast and online platform Love Dominy on which she shares her own, and others, experiences of overcoming childhood trauma and healing for healthy relationships. Following her own cycles of toxic and unhealthy relationships, Dominy now shares her journey of healing to help inspire, empower and equip others.
Dominy is a consultant and coach working with organisations, individuals, and businesses to build emotional and mental health and wellness. She is passionate about personal development and emotionally effective leadership and facilitates workshops and training to equip others. She has spent the last 15 years in the social care sector supporting children and young people excluded from mainstream education, families in cycles of trauma and abuse, and those who are homeless and struggling with mental health and addictions. Dominy continues to do this work in her role as Director for TransformUK, a youth and community organisation birthed out of East London in partnership with her church.
With her own experiences of abusive relationships, she would say that the one with her own self was the worst. Once she started to heal and become aware of the impact of her own early childhood abuse she has been able to find peace, joy, and purpose in her life. She is breaking cycles of generational poverty emotionally, physically, financially, mentally, and spiritually.
You can find out more about Dominy’s work by visiting her website www.dominyroe.com.
“Healing is not a destination, it is a journey. It requires us to be intentional in learning who we truly are and learning to love ourselves. If we have suffered trauma, abuse, and dysfunctional relationships, it can be hard to even know what love is, let alone how to show it to ourselves or anyone else. I am excited to be part of the incredible work of Aanchal Women’s Aid who offers women the skills and resources to start this journey of healing. Of breaking cycles of abuse and violence and growing stronger together as part of a community of powerful women”.