Sandra Bowen is a licensed member in good standing with the Immigration Consultants of Canada Regulatory Council(ICCRC), where she is bound by a strict code of ethics to protect the rights and interest of all clients. She is also amember of the Canadian Association of Professional Immigration Consultants (CAPIC), where she collaborates withher colleagues in the profession to ensure that she keeps abreast of changes to the immigration process as they occur.Over the years she has built an organization with a strong, dedicated team of professionals who together, have attainedover fifty (50) years of experience in helping individuals and families to migrate successfully to Canada.
Background and History
Hailing from an entrepreneurial family background in Jamaica, coupled with the knowledge gained as an Executive sitting at the table with Corporate leaders in a male dominated printing ink industry for over a decade fashioned and shaped the entrepreneur that Sandra Bowen has become. With her passion for helping people and her knowledge, she founded a renowned immigration practice in Toronto, Canada, Bowen Immigration & Services where she is well respected, sort after and known as result oriented.
Sandra Bowen holds Diplomas in Business Administration, Fashion Design, and Real Estate from The University of Technology (UTECH), Jamaica, Ellen Peterson’s Institute of Couture and Seneca College of Applied Arts andTechnology, Canada. As an Immigration Practitioner, she successfully completed the Certified Immigration PractitionerProgram with honours and was among the first group of Practitioners to achieve accreditation from the ProfessionalImmigration certifying organization in Canada. She also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services from Tyndale University and presently is actively pursuing her Law degree.
Founder and CEO of Bowen Immigration & Services (a Division of Bowen Int’l. Professional Corp.)
Executive Secretary and Board Member of the African Union 6th Region Canada (AU6RC), an organization representing all People of African Descent in Canada, the Americas and the Caribbean, where she communicates and interacts with Diplomats, Executives and Government representatives world over.
Advocate and voice for immigration in the Continent of Africa, Europe and the Caribbean
Gender equality expert as well as a special advocate for human rights and the rights of women and children
One of the founders and BOD of African Decent International Business Center (ADI) where she serves her community.
Member of Black Business Professional (BBP)
International, Community and Leadership Development Expert, Coach and Mentor
Treasurer of the HMTHS Alumni Association GTA Chapter
Founder and CEO of Women Helping Women (To Help Themselves)
Executive Secretary and Minister of Kingdom Leadership & Empowerment Ministries