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Kelly e. Keough is the newly appointed assistant professor of Media Communications at Mount Ida College in Newton, Massachusetts. She has an MFA in Screenwriting from The American Film Institute in Los Angeles. During her 12 years in LA, Kelly worked for the Oscars, did stand up comedy, and was famous for her Hemp Ball Truffles. As a screenwriter/actor/entrepreneur, Kelly turned a deadly sugar addiction into the TV cooking series called, The Sweet Truth, on Veria in 2006. Still airing in three countries, it is the first alternative cooking show on cable.
Kelly wrote, "Sugar-free/Gluten-free Baking and Desserts," and followed it up in 2009 with, "The 100 Best Gluten-free Recipes for Your Vegan Kitchen." Pioneering sweet treats into mainstream media, Kelly was a personal chef to celebrities Kirstie Alley, Martin Lawrence, Jack Black, and Gene Simmons on TLC's Family Jewels. She launched an online small business promoting top health products with her recipes through public speaking, classes, video, and web content.
At Middlesex Community College in Lowell, MA, Kelly developed the course, Web Content Creation Entrepreneurship. Kelly sees the potential of New Media to expand the potentials of storytelling and business. Her latest project, a romance e-novel is aimed at a female audience, combines screenwriting, narrative storytelling, video, and social networking in a new media format. Kelly's latest speaking events for arts entrepreneurship were at Emerson College and Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA.
Kelly's books and screenplays can be found on Amazon. Meet up at kellykeoughwriter.com, kellykeough.com, and on Facebook 'Kelly e. Keough'