About Liane Harris

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Liane Harris is a Director of the Rosary Apostolate in Mississauga. Along with other volunteers, she helps strengthen the faith of children through the rosary by going to different schools every month.

She graduated in Masters of Science in EngineeringĀ at McNesse State University and worked as a Process and Energy Engineer at Boise Cascade in Deridder, Louisiana.

She finished high school at Cathedral High School managed Liane Harrisby the Religious of the Virgin Mary sisters in Carmen, Philippines. A recipient of the Xavier University - Ateneo Alumni Association academic scholarship, she finished her Bachelor's in Chemical Engineering at Xavier University, a Jesuits university in Cagayan de Oro.

Volunteerism has always been a part of her life. Through the years, Liane Harris volunteers in different charitable and non-profit organizations. She derives her deepest joys in making positive contributions to other people's lives who needs her help. She values her quiet time spent in prayers.

As an entrepreneur, Liane Harris manages 2 businesses: a Predictive Maintenance Training for industrial maintenance personnel and a Personal Management Training for individuals.

As a hypnotist, she has helped many individuals change their unproductive habits, embrace a positive mindset, and create a more loving self.

The intention of the Predictive Maintenance Training service is to educate maintenance personnel in Ultrasound and Vibration Analysis to proactively maintain their machines.

The intention of the webinars is to help individuals achieve inner peace, a healthy self-esteem, and prosperity in their lives. She regularly publishes in Facebook and delivers webinars.

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Sending you love and prayers.

 

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