Charmette Jones is an accomplished author, speaker and teacher with a heart for inspiring youth. Her mission is to see young people delivered from self-destructive behavior. This passion led her to the inner-city school setting where she teaches and inspires youth to push past pain to their full potential. She has written and produced several plays, including Playground of Love, Momma, The Day My Daddy Left, I Cut Myself, and Where Peer Pressure Lead Me. Her productions have been performed in the Downtown Houston Theater District and in venues across the Greater Houston Area. Jones is the author of the books, Teenage Playground of Love and My Heart and the Holy Spirit-Surrounded by Hell, which is currently in production as a stageplay. She is also the founder of Shamelessly Saved Productions, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to bringing healing through dramatic interpretation. She has been booked to speak at numerous inspirational events and featured on leading media platforms including NBC, FOX and ABC. Jones’ compassionate spirit helps her reach greater heights as she follows the call to minister to those in pain. For more information on her work and upcoming productions, visit www.shamelesslysaved.com.
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