Born and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, Joanne’s career over the past 35 years has engaged her in both the legal and real estate industries, locally and worldwide.

Although the legal field and real estate professions have been the core focus of Joanne’s career, she has always had a boundless vocation for writing, which has persisted throughout her countless personal and professional endeavours.

Joanne is an Amazon Best Selling Author and screenwriter of Daughter of Kate, for which it was originally intended.

A Journey of Riches, The Attitude of Gratitude is Joanne’s second published accomplishment, this being a true honor and privilege to have been invited to be a part of.

One who is known to always exceed expectations, Joanne is an independent, creative global thinker, achieving goals that are set by her or for her. With her compassionate, self-confidence, and unique way of seeing through the nylon curtain in each situation, coupled with her ability to “make things happen”, Joanne’s approach to life and personable sense of humor, makes her a valuable and integral part of any project she becomes involved. Joanne invites you to share in her enthusiasm for life.

Joanne cherishes her family time, loves to travel, meeting new people from all walks of life, and sharing a fine meal with those she loves.

“Try not to let life get in the way of what’s important.”
Joanne Singleton

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