Dina Pestonji is a Canadian-born, second-generation East Indian author and motivational speaker. She graduated from the University of Toronto with a BSc in psychology and later earned her masters degree at ESCP Europe Business School. She has spoken for TEDx and delivered inspirational keynotes in Canada and abroad for numerous educational institutions and businesses, including Google Inc. and BNP Paribas. Dina writes regularly for the Huffington Post. She currently sits on the board of the Womens Brain Health Initiative and represents Sheenas Place, a center for eating disorders, as an Ambassador. Her book, Surviving Myself: How An Eating Disorder, A Car Accident And A Stroke Taught Me To Love My Life And Finally Start Living It, is available now on Amazon.