About the author
Joanne Koenig-Macko is an internationally renowned artist, spiritual coach, author and dynamic lecturer. This spirited, intuitive facilitator has coached over 6,000 clients globally. Her etheric, visionary art has been presented to many world leaders and ambassadors. Joanne has presented her art at the United Nations and has served as Director of International Angels for World Peace under the umbrella of the World Citizen Diplomats. She has been listed in "Who's Who" of women in business. Her passion is helping people move forward so that they operate from their giftedness instead of their traps. This inspired Joanne to produce a long-running event for 14 years, Lightworkers Conference to help raise the consciousness of humanity. Writing has always been one of her greatest loves and because of several brushes with death, Ms. Macko sees life in a profound way. With her book, "Surviving Earth School", she helps you look in the mirror and remember who you are. People are going through the Grand Shift now as everything seems to be upside down in the world so it's key now to view life experiences with joy, ease and humor, especially with a healthy dose of humor to get you through it! Joanne feels that humor and how you perceive everything is what will get you through the toughest moments of your journey here in Earth School, a place where you come to learn or teach lessons. The great part is that we all get to graduate with flying colors. You come to this amazing university to experience a myriad of events, some nice, some horrific but always, always, for your growth! Through joy, ease and humor you also change your vibration which affects certain chemicals within your body. Joanne was also the first recipient in the world to receive the "Wheel of Co-Creation in the Arts Sector" prestigious award by best-selling author and philanthropist, Barbara Marx Hubbard. Her greatest love is in creating that which can help the world. Joanne looks forward to writing many more books, including children's books as well as illustrating them.