Call for Nominations for Mid Atlantic Regional Governor

CALL FOR NOMINATIONS – Mid-Atlantic Region Governor
Deadline for nominations is Friday, February 10, 2017!

Your region of NATS will soon be electing a region Governor. This important position will serve on the National Board of Directors beginning in July 2017 and work within your region to promote and develop successful NATS events in your region. It is a position that requires expertise and skill as well as time.

The current region governor Barbara Ann Peters is eligible for re-election and has indicated that she is willing to serve a second term, if nominated by the committee.

Please consider nominating one of your colleagues who you feel not only has the expertise and skill but also the time necessary to devote to this important role within NATS.

Barbara Ann Peters has appointed a nominating committee chaired by Jill Lewis and including DeMar Austin Neal IV, Deb Thurlow and Brian Nedvin.

Your nomination should include the candidate’s name and a brief statement as to why you think this person is ideally suited to this position of leadership. You can complete the nomination form online HERE. Each submission will be automatically forwarded to the nominating committee for their consideration, and you could be contacted by the committee during deliberations should they need additional perspective.

The deadline for making nominations is February 10, 2017.

Mid-Atlantic Region Governor Nomination Form

About kbell11vocalhealth

Kathleen Bell is a graduate of the University of Miami Vocal Performance program where she was featured as “Violetta” in Verdi’s La Traviata, “The Countess” in Mozart’s Le Nozze di Figaro and “Lizette” in Puccini’s La Rondine. Kathleen received her Masters of Music degree in Vocal Performance from Florida International University where she performed as “Adina” in Donizetti’s L’Elisir d’Amour and “Miss Warblewell” in Mozart’s The Impressario. Kathleen has traveled extensively throughout Europe performing in Denmark, Austria and Italy in Voice recitals, the Amalfi Coast Music Program in Maiori, Italy and as “Adele” in J. Strauss’ Die Fledermaus with the Rome Festival Orchestra. Kathleen has been a featured soloist with the Miami Symphony, the Miami Oratorio Society, the Hispanic Lyric Theatre and in the Chorus of the Florida Grand Opera. In Miami Kathleen performed the role of the Mother Superior in The Sound of Music and participated in several musical theatre workshops and performances. In addition to being the Director of Music Ministry at St. Augustine Church and Student Ministry, Kathleen was an Adjunct instructor of voice at both the New World School of the Arts and Barry University, as well as the vocal/choral instructor for SOBE Arts. Kathleen is a Certified Teacher in levels I, II, & III of Somatic Voiceworktm The LoVetri Method. Currently Kathleen is pursuing a Doctorate of Musical Arts in Voice Pedagogy at Shenandoah University with special interests in vocal health and CCM music styles. While maintaining a private studio, Kathleen is an adjunct voice instructor at Mary Baldwin College where she also directs the pop accapella group "Baldwin Charm". Kathleen also teaches voice at the Barbara Ingram School for the Arts and Shenandoah Conservatory Arts Academy. Currently, Kathleen is a DMA candidate in Voice Pedagogy while serving as a teaching assistant and lab manager of the Jannette Ogg Voice Research Center at Shenandoah University. Kathleen is a board member and technology adviser for the Virginia chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing. Kathleen’s students have been NATS winners and accepted to prestigious music programs such as Manhattan School of Music, California Technical Institute, Cleveland Institute of Music, Howard University, New School in New York, Berkley School of Music in Boston and Reina Sofia Conservatory in Madrid, Spain.
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