Since the launching in 2011 of her best-selling autobiographical novel “While I Was Learning To Become God” that soon after became a trilogy, Roxana Jones has helped thousands of people across the world through her books, articles, healing programs and HealThruWords inspirational quotes that are shared daily through her online community of 100K+ followers.
The first twenty years of her path were dedicated to the academic world where she earned a B.S in Anthropology in 1990, a Master’s in Political Science in 2003 and a Master’s in International Relations in 2006. At the same time she searched for answers through higher education, a twelve-year abusive marriage that led her to addiction, depression and a suicide attempt ended in divorce in 1999.
Her transformation happened after a ten-year deconstruction period where she literally lost everything and everyone in her life. This is how she learned about her power and skills as a transformational and spiritual healer. Her self-healing took her beyond the mind and into the heart where she found the meaning of self-love and self-empowerment. Today, Roxana is convinced that if she has been able to transform and achieve amazing levels of happiness, abundance and success, anyone can.
Roxana Jones, of British descent, was born in Cartagena, Colombia, has two daughters and lives in Los Angeles with her soul mate, business partner and husband, Arnaud. She is dedicated to several for-profit and nonprofit personal growth and spiritual entrepreneurship projects involving old and new members of the HealThruWords community who want to bring positive change to the world through their own inner transformation.
Visit Roxana @ http://roxanajones.com/
- George Washington UniversityMIPP, Master of International Policy and Practice, 2004 - 2006
- Universidad de los AndesMS, Master of Political Science and International Affairs, 2000 - 2003
- Universidad de los AndesBS, Anthropologist, 1985 - 1990
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