Dr. Morgan Jolley is an Assistant Professor at Queens College, where she conducts the Treble Chorus and teaches choral and secondary music education courses. She recently served as the Chorus Director and General Music Teacher for Horseheads Intermediate School in Upstate New York. She has vast experience in her 17 years of teaching, ranging from elementary, middle, and high school, as well as higher education (Ithaca College, SUNY Potsdam Crane School of Music, University of South Florida), sacred, children’s choirs, and community ensembles. Morgan believes in the power of lifelong singing, fostering this in her ensembles and pre-service music education students. Dr. Jolley is a sought-after choral clinician, adjudicator, and provides professional development to music educators globally. She earned her Ph.D. in Music Education (Choral Conducting Cognate) at the University of South Florida, Master’s in Choral Music Education from Florida State University, and a Bachelor of Science in Music Education from the University of South Florida. Her research interest is in vocal health and pedagogy across genres, music cognition, curriculum development, the democratization of music education with informal and popular music education in addition to traditional western canon, and student leadership. She actively advocates for equitable music education. Morgan loves to visit her adult children, hike, read, and play golf.