Dana Susan Beasley

Lesson Designer

Dana Susan Beasley, owner of AngelArts, a creative arts agency, publishing house, and enrichment program, works with homeschooling families, teens, and aspiring entrepreneurs who face uncertain futures in these difficult times. She helps them plan, start, and launch successful businesses matched optimally with their passions, giftings, and God-given callings. Furthermore, she helps them use proven digital and traditional marketing and branding strategies so that they can create their own opportunities and economies and, even more significantly, make an impact on the world around them for Christ.

In addition to being a graphic artist, writer, publisher, and branding/digital marketing strategist, Dana has enjoyed homeschooling her Asperger son for many years. He is now her apprentice in graphic arts and does 3D modeling.

For the last several years, she has been helping homeschooling moms and dads start or improve their own businesses, including her husband who now works full-time from home as a licensed architect. She also started a faith-based live action role playing club for preteens and teens in Colorado Springs.

Education is very important to Dana, so she is always learning. Passionate about using her company as “Business as Mission” (BAM), Dana considers AngelArts her ministry and desires that her work be a vehicle for God’s glory.

Here are more facts about Dana:

  • Earned a certification as a Digital Marketing Professional
  • Published a devotional called 31-Day Blessings Journey, available on Amazon
  • Authored several homeschool curricula, including Your Guide to Growing Your Family Economy
  • Blogs and offers video shows, resources, additional information about AngelArts, and more at angelarts.biz


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Course by Dana

Internet Entrepreneurship for Teens: Internet Entrepreneurship for Teens is taught through weekly lessons containing practical study, questions, and assignments to enable teens to create a real or mock Internet-based business from scratch. The student will learn how to market their business through multimedia, through a website, and through social media. Topics covered will include learning the essential elements of a well-designed logo or brand, generating ideas, selecting software, writing a slogan, and much more.