Keela Vaughn is WFA’s new edible art class instructor. She is originally from Belpre, Ohio and moved to Bradenton in 2010. She is an Ohio University alum where she gained her Bachelor of Science in Education and Bachelor of Arts in Spanish. She is married to Ian, her husband of ten years, and they serve together as the middle school youth group worship leaders at woodland as well as the contemporary worship team. She is an elementary school teacher by trade, but is currently a stay at home mom to three young kiddos.
Keela has always had a passion for creating. She really began her edible art adventure when she started making all of the sweet treats for her kids’ birthday parties. Since then, it has blossomed into a beautiful way to spend more time at home with her kids while also spreading her love for creating with others who enjoy her treats. Whenever the opportunity to combine her teaching background with her passion for creating edible art arose at WFA, she knew it was meant to be. She is very excited to teach WFA’s very first edible art class starting this fall!