Rosalind Marshall-Jones, is an innovative leader in the health care industry who is compassionate about making a healthy difference in the lives of men, women and children. Rosalind has an extensive medical background that afforded her the opportunity to see the need for quality health care. As a seasoned health care provider, Rosalind has built upon her strong medical foundation, by opening Jacksonville’s Best Caregivers, an organization that provides short and long-term health care. Jacksonville’s Best Caregivers began operating in 2009 in Northeast Florida.
Rosalind has more than fifteen years of progressive experience that is focused on developing and facilitating training, while building strong networks and communities. She is a crossroads advocate for those who need quality healthcare, crisis counseling and health care intervention.
Rosalind has a strong educational background that includes an MBA from the University of Phoenix; an MBA in Christian Counseling from LOGOS; and a Bachelors in Journalism from Southern University A&M. She has also attended North Florida Medical Institute for phlebotomy/venipuncture, International Critical Incident Stress Foundation and National Organization for Victim Assistance Critical Incident Training. Rosalind also graduated from Concorde Career College where she obtained her patient care technician certification and other medical and non-profit certifications.
Rosalind is a strong community activist and has served JCCI as Co-Chair and facilitator for citizen groups, addressing the Arts in Jacksonville. She served as a crisis counselor for workers at Ground Zero during the 9/11 terror attacks and serves as a United Way Loaned Executive. Rosalind is also a licensed minister and chaplain under the American Chaplain Association. Rosalind has trained with Master Storyteller Andy Henriquez which has caused her to excel as a speaker and motivational coach.
She is married to Dr. Floyd B. Jones and they are co-partners in business and ministry.