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Amanda Jones was born and raised in the south part of the beautiful island of Trinidad in the Caribbean.

She graduated from A levels in 2002. She then worked for a short time at a grocery store before enrolling in an Associate Degree Nursing program with COSTAATT.​

Amanda Jones became a Registered Nurse in January 2006 after passing her exams in October 2005. In June 2007 she got married. After having her first son in 2009 she decided to resign. Interestingly fate would have it that after one year and a half she would return to work as a Registered Nurse. In 2014 she had her second son.​

Amanda uses poetry, which she writes, as a teaching tool to educate her patients.​

She is also a songwriter. Some of the songs she has written can be found on the album 'It's Not Too Late' sung by Casandra Jones.​

On May 21 she published her first book “Poems for Patients” in the kindle store. She has continued her trend of writing rhymes to educate, encourage and empower in 2016, where she published 'Poems for Patients: A Focus on Diabetes', 'The ABC's of Diabetes for Children' and 'Children, It's Time To Meet Your Teeth.'