Aura Imbarus

Aura Imbarus

Aura Imbarus is an awarded educator, freelance journalist, motivational speaker, and author of the critically acclaimed Amazon best-seller, Out of the Transylvania Night: A Story of Tyranny, Freedom, Love and Identity, a memoir detailing her life in Romania during the Communist regime. She is also the President and Founder of See Beyond Magazine, a company focused on adolescent challenges in the 21st century. 

Dr. Imbarus has a BA in Foreign Languages, an MA in American and British Studies and a PhD in World Humanities. She has been teaching high school and college level classes in So. Cal since 1998. She was featured on NBC, ABC, CNBS, Good Morning San Diego, Forbes Romania, etc.

Aura Imbarus is the Cultural Director of Viitorul Roman, a Romanian Cultural and Aid Society in California; she is also the President and Co-Founder of RAPN – Romanian American Professional Network. She sits on the Board of Wesley Foundation UCLA and is a mentor for Scott L. Schwartz Children’s Foundation, a non-profit and professional organization whose mission is to help children with disabilities. Aura is a licensed clinical hypnotherapist, having trained with Dr. Brian Weiss and Dr. Wanita Holmes.

She writes for The Global Woman Magazine in London; Elephant JournalBeverly Hills Times MagazineThe Immigrant, The Eden Magazine, Hermannstader Zeitung in Transylvania and also works as a freelance journalist for Entertainment and Sports Today.

“No matter how hard this moment is, seeing beyond it can shed light on the bigger purpose of life, understanding that there are always multiple perspectives in every story. Reasons, lessons, and outcomes are always deeply interwoven. We often have to withstand the rain in order to enjoy the beauty of the rainbow.”