Roanna discovered her purpose - helping others find their way to make the most meaning in your life by helping you learn what's meaningful to you, making choices based on that meaning, and being authentic to help one live in a meaningful way. Roanna's journey started with having long late-night talks about relationships, love, life transitions, truth, and strength in the face of pain, heartbreak, anger, remorse, guilt, and forgiveness are universal human languages that
Ms. Roanna Stroman is an active member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and supports community organizations, such as, Hosea Feed the Hungry, NAACP, My Girl Talk - Atlanta, and promoting voter registration at local high schools. She has been a participant in the Mental Health Task Force, child sex trafficking, and a host of adolescent and adult mental health forums.
2016 Argosy University, Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
2009 Dillard University, Bachelor of Arts in Mass Communication; Minor Psychology