Audra Keyanna was raised in Leavenworth and returned to the Wenatchee Valley in 2004. She is the mother of Libby and Elijah, independently raising them for most of their lives. Professionally, she has been a public school teacher for over 18 years, two of which were contracted in the Bellingham School District and 14 in the Eastmont School District. The years in between were spent as a stay-at-home mother, while she also ran two businesses. One was a sole-proprietorship with a handful of employees. The other was a direct-sales business in which she built a team of women, helping them run their own businesses.
Audra is certified in general education K-8 and special education K-12. She also has a Masters degree in Educational Leadership and holds certification as a K-12 school administrator. Most of her teaching time has been dedicated to grades 7-9 in special education math and science, but she has also taught kindergarten and elementary grades in a variety of topics. While in her last teaching position, she served as the department chair for over ten years, having vast experience in conflict mediation with parents, supervision and training of paraeducators, and document creation and compliance for special education students.
Audra served as the Church Administrator of The Living Room Church for seven years and as the Children’s Director for two years. She is a specialist in youth development, serving as the Deputy Commander for Cadets for the Pangborn Composite Squadron, Civil Air Patrol here in Wenatchee, where she has risen to the rank of Captain.
Audra has a heart for building strong children and strong families. She is grateful to use her vast experience and expertise to improve educational opportunities in the Wenatchee Valley, supporting both parents and students. Her extensive experience in special education not only equipped her to meet the vast needs of homeschool students with varied abilities, but also to serve as both an Educational Consultant and Student Advocate for those families still navigating the public school system.
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