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Melissa O'Donnell is a Teacher, Author, Entrepreneur and Producer. After working with children with disabilities, She published the book "Simple ways to help your child speak". She currently owns the education company Time To Learn and it has a You Tube Channel. Daily Noodles is a You Tube Channel she produces with her students where they show audiences how to make a noodle recipe everyday. In 2014, Melissa ran for State Assembly in California's 40th District. In 2012, she was the Democratic endorsed nominee for State Senate in District 23 in California. Currently, she is working on legislation to bring Arts Education back into the classroom and legislation that increases medical treatments for women through Insurance. Melissa owns the beauty company Melissa Maquillage that creates essential oil products for all skin types. She also is the creator of Barre Athletics, a ballet infused fitness program. While attending college for law and education, she was teaching dance and working towards a Pilates teaching certificate. She has attended Chapman University, Santa Monica College, San Bernardino Community College and The Jo Ann Baron/D.W. Brown school for acting. Melissa started teaching dance for the Juniors Program at the Millennium Dance Complex in North Hollywood, CA. www.melissaodonnell.com