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AMEA 2019 Clinicians


Dr. Damion Womack currently serves as Assistant Professor of Music, Chair of the Fine Arts Department and Director of Choral Activities and Huntingdon College. His duties include conducting all choral ensembles, teaching choral methods, conducting, and supervising the music and art faculty. Choral ensembles under the direction of Dr. Womack have performed by juried invitation for regional and national conventions of The American Choral Directors Association, and The National Association for Music Education. Prior to his appointment at Huntingdon College, Dr. Womack served as Director of Arts at The Montgomery Academy, where he received the McLemore Award for Excellence in Teaching. Dr. Womack currently erves as the American Choral Director’s Association National Chairman for High School Choirs and has served on planning committees for the 2010, 2012, 2014, and 2018 ACDA Southern Region Conventions. He is in demand as a guest conductor and clinician in the Southeast and has served in this capacity in Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, and Illinois. Dr. Womack holds a Doctorate of Musical Arts in Choral Conducting from the University of South Carolina in Columbia, SC and holds Music Education degrees from Alabama A&M University and Alabama State University.


Michael S. Zelenak, Ph.D., is the Assistant Professor of Music Education at Alabama State University where he teaches graduate and undergraduate methods courses and supervises students as they matriculate through the music education program. He received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Michigan, and completed the masters and doctoral programs in music education at the University of South Florida. He earned National Board Certification while teaching chorus, strings, keyboard, guitar, and general music in Pinellas County, FL. He is a member of the advisory committee for NAfME’s Music Educators Journal and on the editorial board for the Florida Music Educators Association’s Research Perspectives in Music Education.


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October/November 2018


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