I mean, she delivers her backstory on a silver platter.
Abusive father pushing her into a job she resents being as good at as she is thanks to him drilling all weakness out of her.
Then she has to reconnect with normal people because she trips over a kid or something. Badabing, badaboom.
Done before, but effective and actually a potentially strong feminist message about the strength it takes to care for people and how valuable and valid this is as a role in society.