A. Sonia Morris

Born in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Project 21 member Auriol Sonia Morris has worked in the fields of learning, litigation and finance. She was also a candidate in South Carolina’s 6th congressional district.

Among her many jobs, Sonia has been a business lecturer at a Chinese university as well as a guest lecturer on business issues at Morning Star University in South Carolina. She is the founder and president of the McLean Institute of Learning, a company that developed English training for young entrepreneurs in the Chinese hospitality industry.

Sonia earned a law degree with a concentration in dispute resolution as well as a Master’s degree in public policy from Regent University and a Bachelor’s degree in philosophy of politics and law from the State University of New York at Binghamton. She is currently working on a doctorate in law and policy at Liberty University.

She is the author of four books: Antidote to Suicide and Suicidal Thoughts: What to Do When All Hope Seems Lost (2018), A Table Narrative of the Seven Churches of Revelation: End-Time Church Typology (2015), Light to Pierce Your Dark Night: When Position Fails to Reflect Purpose (2014) and Walking in Fulfillment of Prophetic Revelation: The Naturally Supernatural Life (2013).


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