Who Is This Person?
Annie Beth Donahue is a content creator and consultant that lives in Indian Trail, North Carolina with her husband Brad, and four children. Her writing specialties have grown out of her past experience. She has a bachelor’s degree in music therapy from Queens University of Charlotte. She has also been working with or parenting children with special needs for the past 18 years. Annie Beth has a personal connection with chronic illness as well. She lives with celiac disease and Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome. Her husband, Brad, manages his family’s wholesale greenhouse business that ships starter plants all over the world.
What Is a Content Creator?
Annie Beth writes for a variety of different clients. She has published newspaper articles, blog posts, books, and staff trainings, among other things. Because she enjoys passing along her knowledge, she became a course creator. Annie Beth works as a teacher and consultant for other writers (of all types).
What Else Does She Do Besides Write Stuff?
In 2010 Annie Beth and Brad founded Signposts Ministries, a 501(c)3 nonprofit that serves families that have children with disabilities or chronic health problems both locally and internationally. She is sitting as president of the board. She also either currently sits or has recently sat on several advisory boards, including The Family Advisory Council for Levine Children’s Hospital, The Spina Bifida Association of North and South Carolina Advisory Council, the Family Support Network, the Union County Interagency Coordinating Council, as well as the Special Needs Advisory Council for Union County Public Schools. Annie Beth is also the author of a children’s chapter book, Anna Brown and The Missing Uniforms: A Wheelchair Basketball Mystery.
Annie Beth spends the majority of her time parenting and homeschooling her children, while overseeing the care of their small menagerie- two dogs, a snake, six chickens, two donkeys, and a goat . And she wishes that one day, at one of the many events she attends, she will find a cart selling gluten-free funnel cake.