Dr Jennifer Reynolds Greene

Jennifer Reynolds Greene has been an instrumental music educator, specializing in

bands, for more than thirty years. Currently she holds a position at Fayetteville-Manlius

High School, a suburb of Syracuse, New York, where she teaches Concert Band, Studio

Music, Music Theory 2, AP Music Theory, brass and percussion lessons, and chamber

ensembles. As a music educator, Dr. Greene is an active member of the New York State

School Music Association for which she is an adjudicator for majors and All-State brass,

a member of the Manual Selection Committee, and the Zone 3 Representative. On the

local level she has served as President of the Onondaga County Music Educators’

Association and has hosted several All-County and regional events, both large ensemble

and solo festivals.

Dr. Greene also works with the Kent State University Masters of Music Online program

advising students in their Capstone projects, in the Research course, and facilitating

courses such as Advanced Studies in Teaching Instrumental Music and Technology for

Music Teaching and Learning. Her research interests include teacher education as it

relates to mentoring and professional development, as well as teaching and learning in an

online environment. She has been published in the Journal of Research in Music

Education, the Journal of Music Teacher Education, Arts Education Policy Review and

the School Music News (NYSSMA). She has presented research at numerous conferences

such as the NAfME Biennial Music Research and Teacher Education Conference, the

Society for Music Teacher Education (SMTE) Symposium, the Mayday Group

Colloquia, NAfME Eastern Division, NYSSMA Winter Conference, the International

Society for Music Education (ISME) Conference, and the Narrative Inquiry in Music

Education Conference.

Dr. Greene holds her Bachelor of Music Education, Summa Cum Laude, from James

Madison University (1990). Her Master of Music degree is from Ithaca College (1991)

and her Doctorate of Musical Arts is from Boston University (2015).