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Past President Glen Nierman, President-Elect Kathy Sanz, Division Presidents Judith Bush and Mike Raiber, as well as executive leadership including Mike Blakeslee and Chris Woodside. Tey strategized about messaging, pro- grams, priorities, and personal and professional learning and growth that could make NAfME a more inclusive and diverse organization.


As Michigan’s music educators, music education research- ers, and music teacher educators collaboratively unite, seek- ing to foster diversity, equity, inclusion, and access within our field of music education, we might indeed align our beliefs and our foundational philosophies with our prac- tices. As the new state SMTE chair, I invite dialogue with each music educator in our state. Are you concerned about issues that might be approached within any of the ASPA areas of work? Do you seek to become part of conversations of change, affecting P-12 music learners and music teacher educators who work alongside, in various ways? Do you wonder about ways in which music education classrooms could become communities of diversity, equity, inclusion,


and access? Please contact me at laurihogle@oakland.edu if you resonate with this ongoing discussion for our field and our state. We welcome your ideas, your voice, and your questions!


Dr. Lauri A. Hogle was appointed to the music education faculty of Oakland University in 2018. She has led general, choral, and instrumental music programs in school, studio, and community settings for 30 years. She holds national Kodály certification, Levels 1-3. Dr. Hogle recently pre- sented papers at international and


national music education research conferences in Portugal, Boston, and Atlanta and her work has been published in the Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education.


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