Angela is thrilled to be apart of the Pure Food Kids Foundation Team. She recently graduated with her Masters in Education from the University of Washington, where she also graduated with a BA in Anthropology. Angela also recently completed the Environmental Education Masters program at IslandWood. Angela has 10 years of teaching and volunteer experience at public schools, summer camps, as well as training and mentoring students at FareStart in Seattle. An avid yoga practitioner and whole foods lover, Angela enjoys cooking and sharing locally-grown food, hiking, reading, dancing and being inspired by music and art. As an instructor for Pure Food Kids workshops, Angela is a natural in the classroom.
In the Winter of 2016, she proposed the Pure Foods Curriculum to the Marysville School District and in the Spring was delighted to be facilitating workshops in all 10 of the Elementary schools in her home town. Throughout the time of teaching for Pure Food Kids Foundation, Angela has bolstered her knowledge by completing the Leadership in Edible Education Certificate Program. Angela has also taken initiative to create various lessons for a wide age range of students in her home town. Her future vision includes continuing to teach and create curriculum under the umbrella of Edible Education as well as Yoga.
To bring her passion for food, health, and wellness into the public school system, in fall of 2017 Angela enrolled the Woodring College of Education K-8 teaching credential program.