Samantha Jones is currently a freelance business consultant experienced in executive coaching, leadership, change management, and digital transformation. She is a published author writing Telework in Times of Crisis in response to the digital transformation. She has also been a civil servant since 2000.
Samantha has earned her Bachelor’s degree in Communications from Stockton University. She went on to obtain her Master’s degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Management from Centenary University. She recently gained her Doctorate degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Leadership graduating, cum laude. She is a member of the Delta Mu Delta Honors Society and the International Leadership Association.
Since having a passion for the arts for many years, Samantha began her own art business catering to local artists, AHRT Gallery and Shop. She gained first-hand experience in business that she was able to share while she tutored for the Princeton Review. She also designed and instructed a course on Women in Leadership at the Princeton Adult School. Her passion for the arts has led her to trying many instruments although she admits her artistic talents are more visual than instrumental. She has been introduced to the violin, piano, flute, guitar, and the ukulele.
For a more pleasant musical experience, ask her older daughter to play the clarinet. Her husband and younger daughter cheer on her singing at home. She is elated to join the Board of Anselmo Academy of Music and the Arts. Community arts is her passion.