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Tyler Ehrlich, University of Georgia

Tyler Ehrlich is a graduate student at the University of Georgia studying conducting and completing his public school teaching certification. At UGA, Tyler's duties involve all aspects of the band program, including conducting, logistics, and instruction of the concert bands, athletic bands, undergraduate conducting courses, and the Redcoat Marching Band. Over the past year, Tyler has worked with Dr. Turner to bring their ideas involving Google Glass to fruition. He has done all of the programming for their projects, and has presented with her at the 2013 Midwest Band and Orchestra Clinic and the CBNDA Conference on Music Education at Ithaca College. Work that he has completed has been sourced by academic articles, published in The Verge, USA Today, and other news sources, and applauded by developers at Google. Tyler's undergraduate thesis, "An Implementation of Google Glass in the Context of Gazebo Dances by John Corigliano" earned him summa cum laude honors from Cornell University. Tyler's website is

Cynthia Johnston Turner, University of Georgia

Cynthia Johnston Turner is in demand as a conductor, conducting and ensemble clinician, and speaker in the United States, Latin America, Europe, and Canada. Before her appointment at the Hodgson School at the University of Georgia, Cynthia was Director of Wind Ensembles at Cornell University. Earlier in her career Cynthia was a high school music educator, taught middle school beginning instrumental music in Toronto and choral music in Switzerland. She currently serves as a faculty member with the summer Performing Arts Institute at Pennsylvania’s Wyoming Seminary and as a conductor with the Syracuse Society of New Music, the Austrian Festival Orchestra, and the Paris Lodron Ensemble in Salzburg. As Director of Bands and Professor of Music at the Hodgson School, Cynthia conducts the Wind Ensemble, teaches conducting, leads the MM and DMA programs in conducting, and oversees the entire Hodgson band program.

Kathleen Dooley, Midwestern University

Kathleen started with Midwestern University in 1992 after achieving a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from Southern Illinois University majoring in video production with a minor in Sociology. As the Director of Media Resources, she is responsible for media technology and creative services including audio visual design, audio visual project management, technology installations, live event technologies, creative support services, and acting as a consultant for all media related purchases or projects for Midwestern University on the Downers Grove, IL and Glendale, AZ campuses. Kathleen has represented Midwestern University in the Consortium of College and University Media Centers (CCUMC) since 2007. She has served on the Professional Development Committee since 2009 and chaired it from 2012 - 2014. Her service on the PD Committee has included production of seven webinars for the organization that can currently be found on the website. She was also the 2013 Conference Co-Host in Oak Brook, Illinois with Michael Rhoadarmer of Wheaton College, and a member of the Conference Program Planning Committee for 2013 and 2014.