Roxanne is the Founder of Join Canada, a successful immigration & foreign worker recruitment company

that also provides a wide range of services to employers and individuals worldwide. A graduate of the University of British Columbia, she is a member in good standing of the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council (ICCRC).

Prior to becoming an Immigration Consultant, Roxanne was President and Managing Partner of a niche oriented hospitality executive search and recruitment firm for 10 years. Roxanne earned the trust of employers across Canada because of her ability to engage and to attract superior candidates.Her success as a recruiter is built on being able to match qualified individuals to fill key management positions by matching their backgrounds and styles to a company's requirements, including its corporate culture and fit. Her expertise and reputation for ethical recruitment practices has made her a preferred service provider of several large Canadian corporations for recruitment of foreign nationals and temporary foreign workers.

From 1993 to 2001, Roxanne worked with the Legal Services Society of British Columbia in various areas of law, including Immigration, Criminal and Family law. She held various positions, from Intake Legal Assistant where she interviewed and assessed eligibility of clients for legal aid, to Supervisor/Senior Investigator and Analyst of the Audit and Investigation department.

Her areas of immigration practice are focused in the family and economic classes, specifically spousal sponsorships and IAD Appeals, Provincial Nominees, the Canada Experience Class and the temporary foreign worker program. Her company also provides employers with advice and representation for the preparation and submission of Labour Market Opinions to Service Canada.

Roxanne held the position of Director of Education for the BC Chapter of the Canadian Association of Profession Immigration Consultants from 2011 to 2012. She has been a guest lecturer at Vancouver Community College, the University of the Fraser Valley and as a keynote speaker at the Canadian Hotel Association national annual conference.