I’m just a Jersey girl who loves Jesus. I’m a no-frills-no-fluff bible teacher and prophetic prayer warrior with a heart to accurately discern, then boldly proclaim, God’s highest and best for your life.
God has enabled me to conquer many things: trauma, addiction and health issues— to name just a few. But by his amazing grace, he’s also empowered me to achieve most of my dreams, like becoming an international best-selling author, professional motivational speaker, internet pioneer and global missionary traveling to six continents.
Now I’d be honored to share with you both my worst mistakes (so you can avoid them) and my wisest moves (so you can imitate them). I’ve dedicated my life to mobilizing God’s people to impact nations.
My favorite line from my favorite movie is “None of you have to go…but we are the only hope they have” (13 Hours)
If you’re ready to go, but need a swift kick to get you going – or help to find another gear – I might just be your new best friend.
My official bio follows:
Donna Partow's books have sold more than a million copies worldwide and have been translated into numerous languages.
A gifted communicator, Donna has spoken twice at the Central Intelligence Agency headquarters and has been a featured speaker at Senator John McCain’s annual conference for women on three occasions. Donna initiated the concept and toured with Women of Virtue for three years.
She has traveled and worked throughout the United States and on six continents, including such diverse countries as Egypt, Turkey, Colombia, Thailand and Papua New Guinea. She’s as comfortable teaching in a mud church in Mozambique as she is speaking to thousands at a leadership conference.
Donna has been featured on hundreds of radio and television shows.
Over the past twenty years, her business ventures have ranged from marketing communications consulting to e-course development. She was part of the team that pioneered ivillage.com, serving as the Work From Home coach and co-creating one of the first content providers on the internet.
Donna studied at the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Arts & Sciences and Wharton School of Business, where she maintained a 4.0 GPA. She holds a B.A. in English summa cum laude from Rutgers University.