• kmotley

     

     Khristi Motley
     
     
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    Choral Music Director

     

    Doctor of Philosophy, Curriculum and Instruction - Music Education
    University of Alabama, August 2015
    Master of Education in Music Education, Virginia Tech - May 1995
    Bachelor of Science in Music Education, University of Alabama - August 1992
    Holt High School - May 1985
    Graduate Teaching Assistant, University of Alabama, 2013-2014

    Instructor-Basic Skills in Music, University of Alabama 2012-2013
     
    University of Alabama Graduate Advisory Committee, 2012-2013
     
    Graduate Assistant-Choral Literature and Materials, 2013
     
    Assistant Director, University of Alabama Chorus, 2013
     
    NAfME Poster Presentation, “Music and non-music faculty perceptions of school problems, administrator support, and academic learning across the U.S.”, Annual State Conference, 2013
     
    Instructor- Teaching Music in Elementary Schools, The University of Alabama 2012
     
    National Outreach Conference Session Presenter, The Tuscaloosa Pre-K Arts Initiative, 2012
     
    Director, UA Chamber Choir 2011-2012
     
    Sight-Reading State Assessment Adjudicator, 2012-2013
     
    Grant Award for Special Programs, Tuscaloosa County Schools, 2007
     
    Solo/Ensemble Assessment Adjudicator, 2001
     
    Women’s Ensemble Director, Virginia Tech, 1995
     
    Accompanist, Virginia Tech Meistersingers, 1993-1994
     
    Assistant Director, New Virginians Jazz Chorale, 1994-1995
     

     

     

     

    I consider it a joy to teach at Hillcrest High School!  Although I attended UA, my eldest son presently attends AU.  Therefore, I say "War Eagle" more than my students would like.  I have two other children at home along with several animals.  My wonderful husband allows me to continuously name my dogs "Sandy" in honor of my childhood pet.  My motto is Romans 5:4-5, which says, "Patience produces character, and character produces hope.  This hope will never disappoint us."