Course Listing - by Instructor

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LERN Staff
Voices For All, LLC Voices For All, LLC, The Voices For All Voice Coaches/Producers/Instructors are known for their fun and informative presenting methods. Our coaches have many years of experience in the voiceover industry and are masters at teaching all of the information pertinent to making it in voice acting. Whether it be speaking, presenting, writing, producing, or announcing, Voices For All has it covered. With hundreds of regional and national commercials, and public service announcements under their belts, our instructors not only deliver the highest quality education and coaching to their students, but their unique enthusiasm and expertise bring an element of fun and excitement to the virtual classroom as well.
Ayumi Amama Growing up in Osaka, Japan, Ayumi always enjoyed cooking. Since she started making rolled omelets at 7 years old, she has continued learning new techniques and developing new recipes.

Ayumi has also taken calligraphy lessons in Japan for about eight years and is trained in architectural design. She enjoys sharing Japanese culture.
Robert Auten Robert Auten is full time staff at Kansas State University as well as a NRA certified instructor in many disciplines including Refuse To Be A Victim.
Joanne Bauman Joanne (Prairie Magic Herbals) is a Kansas herbalist, teacher, writer, herb grower, and medicine-maker of over 20 years. Joanne teaches people how to appreciate, connect with, and collaborate with plants to empower their health. She presents at The Mother Earth News Fair and the Midwest Women’s Herbal conference, and she blogs and podcasts for Mother Earth News Heirlooms & Herbals/Herbal Living.
Tom Boley Tom has been a hobby woodworker all his life and became a woodturner in about 1995. One of his joys in life is standing at the lathe, teaching the craft to others. He teaches in his shop at his home near Wamego. When an opportunity to make actual money in the woodturning business arose in 2005, he changed directions to focus on architectural woodturning. From December 2005 to July 2014, he was a full-time custom architectural woodturner in northern Virginia, making turned items for both restoration and new construction, numbering from a single item to sometimes hundreds of the same thing. Examples of that are new balusters in the same style and shape as old ones for the restoration of a railing around the porch of an old house. Newels, porch posts, table legs, and finials were also commonly requested turnings. As of August 2014, Tom mostly retired from that business and moved to Wamego, near Manhattan, the home of his beloved Kansas State Wildcats. Now, in addition to some commercial work, he very much enjoys working on the artistic side of woodturning as a hobby and participates in one or two craft shows each year. The hobby produces bowls, bottle stoppers, pens, sweater pins, and other items. Tom's favorite turnings are natural edge bowls in several different forms, specializing in square natural edge bowls and what he calls "log bowls." And he has started a woodturning club for local turners called Flint Hills Woodturners (, a great place to meet fellow woodturners, and be inspired by the Show and Tell items they bring to the meetings and learn about the craft.
Angie Chae
Cary Chappell
Melissa Copp
John D
Brooke Dennis Bea has been playing tabletop roleplaying games for three years and volunteers as a Dungeon Master/Dungeon Master's assistant with UFM's Project EXCELL.
Douglas Dow
Body First
Monica Franco Franco Monica Franco Franco is an English-Spanish teacher who works in a public high school. Monica has over ten years of experience teaching foreign languages and is a K-State alum who lives in Equador. 
Ana Franklin Ana Franklin began practicing yoga in the 1970s. However, Ana's exposure to yoga started in early childhood as her father practiced yoga faithfully every day since 1951, making this a regular part of the household activities. Then in 1963, Ana's mother began to attend yoga class and also became a faithful practitioner. Ana has been teaching yoga since 1984. In the '90s, Ana traveled to Hawaii and took five Yoga Teacher Training sessions from Gary Kraftsow, founder of American Viniyoga Institute. She has also been certified by the Krishnamacharya Health and Yoga Foundation in Chennai, India. "Yoga is a lifelong commitment for me, and with such a rich subject, there is always more to learn, and to teach! I hope to continue doing both for a very long time."
Jeff Freeborn
Sabrina Handy
Katharine Hensler Katharine Hensler is the new Director of the Riley County Historical Museum. She moved to Riley County, Kansas in 2017 and brings over 20 years of experience in collections management and museum administration. Originally from northcentral Pennsylvania, Ms. Hensler received an undergraduate degree in History from Lock Haven University of Penna. and a graduate degree in Historic Preservation from Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland.
Fatima Jaghoori
Brihanna Jayde Brihanna Jayde is a Kansan native, artist, and creative performer. They live In Junction City with their wife and have performed at numerous shows locally and nationally. Recently, they went to the national Goddess Competition and represented Kansas. Additionally, they have stared in a documentary about their life called "I Am… Brihanna Jayde,” which has won numerous film awards. Brihanna is passionate about sharing about queer life with the community and make up artistry skills.
Kyoshi Pamela Johansen Kyoshi Pam Johansen, master level instructor, has taught for more than 40 years. She has competed and placed nationally. She was inducted into the Black Belt Hall of Fame in 2004. She has held her own Martial Arts Tournaments since 1983.
Melinda Keeling
Robert W. Kelly
Jane Kim Jane Kim is a certified Korean language instructor who has a passion for sharing Korean culture.
Samantha King
George LeRoux
Molly Lohman Molly graduated from Louisiana State University with an MFA in Printmaking. Her work incorporates bookbinding, various printing techniques, sewing, and mixed-media drawing methods.
Mori M
Pedro Marquez Golden Gloves winner, Bachelor's Degree in Kinesiology, 10+ years boxing/coaching experience.
Aliah Mestrovich Seay
Eric Mullins
Debbie Newton Debbie has been a certified yoga teacher (CYT) since 2007.
Joshua O'Crowley
Robyn O'Crowley
Devin Odom Born and raised in South Carolina Devin Odom has always had a passion for cooking and more specifically baking. Although he pursued a career in the military, he has always continued to bake for his family and friends.
Little Apple Pilates Little Apple Pilates is a fitness boutique that specializes in alternative fitness. Traditionally weight lifting and cardio such as running have been available to the masses. For those who need more instruction, personalized class workouts, and innovative methodologies, we are for you. People often joke that we provide workouts for people who don't like to workout. However, we also can give you an edge in your performance and biomechanics if you are concerned about injury prevention and care or if you have an injury. We are a small community where we know our students by name.
Vivian Price Vivian Price is a K-State graduate with a BA in Theatre. She studied Dunham Technique modern dance through the Alvin Ailey Extension NYC, West African Dance at Djoniba Dance and Drum NYC, as well as taken several West African dance master classes. She is an ACE-certified Group Fitness Instructor.
Lisa Rubin Lisa served as Career Services Coordinator at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and taught "College and Career Success" at Nevada State College.
Drew S
Steven J. Shaner
Lucas Shivers Growing up with huge farm gardens in rural Kansas, Lucas has been an avid gardener since his days in 4-H and FFA. He's an educator and can't wait to work with you to find success as a great gardener.
Melinda Sinn
Robert Smith Robert Smith was born in Nebraska and attended Nebraska University where he majored in history. Bob has always had a love for history and a particular interest in military history as he comes from a military family. Prior to his return to academia and advanced degrees Bob managed a family operated business where he learned management and organizational skills. He returned to academia in 1998 attending Kansas State University receiving a Master of Arts in military history in 2004 and a Ph.D. in military history in December 2008. Currently Bob is the Director of the Fort Riley Museum Complex, Fort Riley, Kansas.
Chris Sorensen
Aubree VanTienderen Aubree VanTienderen is a professional educator and passionate about learning new skills. She fell in love with floral design after regularly attending classes through UFM with the previous floral design instructor.
Michael Wesch Dr. Michael Wesch is a Professor of Anthropology at Kansas State University. He has a Ph.D. in Cultural Anthropology from the University of Virginia.

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