A. SONIA MORRIS

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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