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Roxana Bowgen

“We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.” … Albert Einstein

True to the Latin, Greek and Persian meaning of the name, Roxana is a light worker. The name means dawn, brightness, first light. In Spanish to give birth is “dar a luz.” But, literally translated, it means to “give the light.” It’s no wonder that Roxana’s greatest contribution is to light the path to new ways of thinking that lead to new beginnings. What you think about you bring about. What will you create with your thoughts?

Ms. Bowgen is a thought leader, influencer, visionary, motivational speaker and ascended entrepreneur. She’s impassioned about expanding consciousness and helping others discover their life’s purpose. 

Understanding quantum physics and living the Universal Law of Attraction, she embodies and teaches evolutionary progress through inner awareness, mindful thinking and the raising of vibrational frequency. The result is seeing and experiencing endless possibilities and creating a higher dimension of mass consciousness.  For her, spirituality and science are two sides of the same coin.

She is the founder of Laptop Freedom Experts, an educational and transformational digital consultancy. Its mission is to be an innovative trustworthy global educator of digital skills and to provide valuable solutions for entrepreneurs seeking lifestyle businesses . LFE’s vision is to wake people up to the limitless possibilities that exist with e-commerce and to change lives globally by escaping the 9 – 5 career model and working remotely from anywhere in the world.

Roxana holds a real estate Broker’s license with Sotheby’s International Realty in Greenwich, Connecticut. For two decades she has coached, mentored, recruited and managed as well as received numerous awards in those capacities. Her principle of working smarter has helped many to reach their financial goals. In 2005 Ms. Bowgen was awarded the Connecticut Association of Realtors Good Neighbor Award for outreach and volunteer work.

Roxana is a former commodities trader with Phibro-Salomon, Inc., at the time, one of the largest multi-national trading conglomerates. At the age of 23 years old, she was the head trader of the Latin American and European steel departments as well as the youngest female trader in the organization. She was responsible for risk management through hedging currencies, counter trading and maintaining relationships with international banks to ensure the proper and timely issuance of Letters of Credit. Later in her career, she traded nickel in the futures market, an experience she would use later to dabble in day trading. Her affiliation with the company began in the logistics department chartering ships, contracting freight forwarders and being responsible for lay-time calculations to maintain ships within a required loading schedule.

In 2003, after returning from Bolivia while serving in the Andes, Ms. Bowgen founded Volunteers on Call, Inc., a 501 (c) (3) humanitarian NGO in Greenwich, Connecticut with the mission to raise public awareness about the value of volunteering and to provide opportunities for service to poor and homeless populations. VOC’s had the mission to strengthen communities through service. Its vision was to immerse individuals in fulfilling experiences while bringing hope, enhance the quality of life for the volunteer and beneficiary, establish long-term relationships and exchange life changing skills. She led volunteer teams to Rwanda, Kenya, Peru, Costa Rica and the Caribbean as well as the United States. VOC also provided relief supplies in the aftermath of natural disasters in Thailand after the Indian Ocean tsunami in 2004 and hurricanes Rita and Katrina in the U.S. Gulf.

.Ms. Bowgen authored, Agapanthus Rising which was published in the United States in 2014 and in Poland in 2017. She reveals personal vignettes as a launching pad to explore the meaning and purpose of life. It traces her modest beginnings in South America, arrival to the United States (not knowing any English) and her determination to succeed.

The book is about self-discovery and the reawakening of the inner self in order to live with passion, peace and purpose. At the heart of the book is the message that our thoughts create our lives. By asking introspective questions at the end of each chapter, she helps readers reprogram thinking patterns which is essential to experiencing dream lives. Equally important is the message that it is in service to others that we achieve fulfillment. She envisions Agapanthus Rising being produced into a film one day.

Ms. Bowgen was born in Lima, Peru, a country deeply steeped in spirituality and consciousness ascension. Roxana grew up in Beverly Hills, California and lives in Greenwich, Connecticut. Along with her husband, they’ve raised two children in the New England coastal town of Greenwich, Connecticut 28 miles from New York City. Their two sons attended private preparatory schools and graduated from Georgetown, Northwestern and Brown Universities. They are both successful in their respective careers in New York City and Los Angeles.

Roxana’s travel experience includes 45 countries on 5 continents, many of which she has traveled to on her own. She lived in Holland and speaks French and Spanish. She attended Loyola Marymount University and Thunderbird School of Global Management (formerly known as the American School of International Management).

Her role models include Steve Jobs, Nikola Tesla, Albert Einstein, Lawrence of Arabia, The Beatles, Mahatma Gandhi, Princess Diana, Mother Teresa, Jesus Christ and Paramahansa Yogananda. She’s an avid follower of Abraham Hicks and Wayne Dyer and student of quantum physics. She thrives on adventures like gyroplanes, scuba diving, zip-lining and para-sailing. Other interests includes drone photography and day trading. She loves foreign films and creating videos.

Ms. Bowgen is a former lay minister and speaker of the United Methodist Church, where she also served as the Chairperson of the Missions & Outreach Committee. Needless to say, giving back to others and teaching personal advancement are priorities in her life. Roxana is drawn to Eastern philosophies and plans to return to India and Nepal to further her studies in Ashtanga yoga and meditation.