My name is Leola Vaughn, I was born in Chicago on November 18, 1955 to parents, John and Viola Bellamy. I have fourteen siblings: nine brothers and five sisters. My parents assisted in replenishing the world with good citizens. (Lol) Every one of us are blessed (including the oldest male who is blind from birth) to be educated, honoring fellow citizens and their accomplishments, and working to sustain his/her livelihood and are capable of helping someone else in need; however, none of us are mechanics- which would be helpful.
I am married to Jesse Vaughan, and I have birthed five children, four boys and the last celebration of birth is a girl. Their names are respectively, Prince Avis, Leon, Dwayne, William, and April. The girl is a Staff Sergeant in the Marines and the boys are holding up well in their own fields respectively as an Air Brush Artist, Website Builder/Bass and Saxophone Instrumentalist, Hematology Technician /Song Writer, Keyboardist and Guitarist, and the last son but not least, Street Construction / Music Director and Soloist. Currently, I have two stepchildren, Tameko and Jessica, both have reached adulthood also and are employed in Manufacturing and Food services. These two young ladies are educated, respectful citizens who contribute to making the world a better place to live.
I am a graduate in liberal arts, and am currently a Certified Montessori Teacher and have received two Leadership Certifications from Roosevelt University, Chicago Illinois and High Point, North Carolina. I have also worked as an Entrepreneur in Secretarial Services within cities in North Carolina and online; however adjacent to teaching, my career has been in Business Administration
As an Educator, I have had the grand opportunity to serve in this field for three decades. Student lessons have been multi-leveled from Toddlers to adults. My husband, “Mr. Jesse”, and family members sometimes tell me, “You don’t have to explain everything” however, I seem to have the “Can’t Help Its” (so to speak). It’s what teachers do! I work to serve and accommodate for the best education possible from the beginning educational stage to the last.
My desire is to continue teaching as well as learn as long as I live from educational institutions, faculty, students, and parents to fulfill my teaching career successfully.