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Susan Ramsay

Susan Ramsay is an adjunct instructor in music education at Belmont University. She has served as a music specialist at Nolensville Elementary for the Williamson County schools. She was employed with the Franklin Special Schools District for more than 20 years and has been named “Teacher of the Year” for that system. She received National Board Certification in Music during her tenure at Franklin Elementary School.

Susan has obtained Orff certification from the University of Memphis and Kodaly Certification from Belmont University. She continues to serve each year as the Orff/Kodaly coordinator and an instructor for Belmont’s annual summer professional development offerings.

Susan is an active presenter for music and classroom teachers, and has presented at Orff and Kodaly national conferences and for NAfME. She complements this with a busy schedule of performances as a storyteller and musician and serves as an adjunct instructor for music education courses at several universities, including the Blair School of Music of Vanderbilt University in addition to Belmont University.

Contact: susan.ramsay@adjuncts.belmont.edu