Assistant Professor of Music at Harding University (Searcy, AR).
Freelance composer living in the Houston area. Formerly on the faculty at Montana State University; president of International Alliance for Women in Music (since 2008). Special interests include advocacy for women’s music.
Lecturer of Music at the University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth, where she teaches theory, composition, and computer music.
Composer and writer based in Texas; currently General Manager of the Society of Composers, Inc. (SCI, formerly American Society of University Composers).
Professor of Arts Studies, North Carolina State University.
Freelance performer, arranger, and producer based in Nashville, TN.
Currently a support specialist for the Rice Electro-Acoustic Music Labs (REMLABS) at Rice University (Houston, TX).
Professor Emeritus of Music Theory at East Texas State University (now Texas A&M University-Commerce).
Subsequent studies at the University of Southern California; co-founder of the Scoring for Motion Pictures and Television Program at USC's Thornton School of Music.
Program/Project Coordinator at the Texas Center for Educational Technology at UNT.
MM and Artist Diploma in Opera Performance from Yale University; currently director of the band program at Conte West Hills Magnet School (New Haven, CT).
Independent filmmaker and composer based in the Los Angeles area.
Graduate studies in computer science at UNT.
Doctoral studies in music composition at Kings College, London (1999-2002); currently a copywriter for SicolaMartin, a subsidiary of Young & Rubicam (Austin, TX).