Music For All Taps Three For Board
April 13, 2016 at 2:55 PM (PT)
MUSIC FOR ALL, an advocate for music education, has elected three new members to its Board Of Directors: JEREMY EARNHART from TEXAS, BARRY MORGAN from ACWORTH, GA, and ATATEY SHABAZZ from BILOXI, MS, all with extensive experience within the music community.
MUSIC FOR ALL’s vision is to be a catalyst to ensure that every child across AMERICA has access and opportunity to participate in active music making in his or her scholastic environment.
Commented MUSIC FOR ALL Chairman GAYL DOSTER: “These three individuals bring a wealth of expertise and knowledge in the areas of education and development to the MUSIC FOR ALL Board Of Directors. The diversity of their experiences and geographic locations represents the breadth of the constituency of this national organization. Each director displays business and fiscal acumen as well as a love of music. Together they will help us expand opportunities for MUSIC FOR ALL as we serve young musicians and their teachers and advocate for the inclusion of music education as part of a complete education for our young people.”
DR. JEREMY EARNHART currently serves as the Director of Fine Arts for the ARLINGTON, TX, Independent School District where he helps educate a student body of 63,500 students in several world-class programs through the musical, visual, and kinesthetic arts.
BARRY MORGAN J.D. is currently serving his sixth term as Solicitor General of the STATE COURT OF COBB COUNTY. He holds a Bachelor of Music degree from GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY and a Doctor of Jurisprudence from the JOHN MARSHALL LAW SCHOOL in ATLANTA.
AYATEY SHABAZZ has taught elementary, middle school, and high school band in the MISSISSIPPI GULF region and has written custom arrangements and field shows performed by high school and college marching ensembles throughout the country, as well as drum corps in EUROPE. He has also composed a number of original works in the concert idiom. He is a member of multiple professional and industry organizations including ASCAP and NAMM.