Vivian recently graduated from the Canadian and American Dual J.D. Program at the University of Windsor Faculty of Law and the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law. She was very involved in the Windsor Law Community as a competitive mooter (Oxford International Intellectual Property Moot and The Laskin Moot), Citations Editor for the Windsor Review of Legal & Social Issues, a Peer Mentor, a Student Editor for the Law and Technology Lab (LTEC) at the Law School, and former President of the Black Law Students Association. During her final year, Vivian was elected to the National Executive for the Black Law Students Association of Canada where she served as the Vice President, Central Region. During the summer of her first year, she completed a summer externship with the City of Detroit Law Department in the Labour and Employment Group. She is also the recipient of several scholarships, including the Black Arts and Innovation Expo Scholarship and the Association of Corporate Counsel (Michigan Chapter) Scholarship.
Vivian holds a Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree from McMaster University with a major in Earth and Environmental Science (concentration in aqueous environmental biochemistry) and a minor in Geographical Information Systems (GIS). Prior to law school, she worked as the Employee Services Administrator at the Canadian Corporate Head Office of an international hospitality management company.
Vivian enjoys cooking, singing, food photography, reading, international films, and playing soccer and volleyball.