Donna Fleetwood teaches Basic Pedagogy and Movement in Orff Certification Courses in the U.S. and directs the Orff Certification Program at George Mason University, where she received her training. She recently taught music at the Bilingual Montessori School in Paris, France and has presented sessions in France, the UK, Korea and Hong Kong. In the U.S. she has experience as a general music and choral teacher at the Oak Knoll School in Summit, New Jersey, the Saint Albans School for Boys in Washington D.C., and 23 years in the public schools of Prince William County, Virginia. Donna has been an AOSA national conference and chapter presenter, and has completed studies at the Orff Institute in Salzburg, Austria.
Michelle Fella Przybylowski, B.S., MMEd., NBCT, teaches K–4 music for the Cheltenham School District in Pennsylvania. Michelle has Orff Schulwerk Certification, Choral Music Experience Teacher Education, and Kodaly Certification. She serves as the Program Chair for the Philadelphia Area Orff Schulwerk Association and is a member of the Orff Echo Editorial Board. Mrs. Przybylowski teaches music education methods at the University of the Arts and Chestnut Hill College. She is a teacher educator for Orff Schulwerk Levels I and II.
Nick Wild teaches K-5 general music and chorus at the Great Oak Elementary School in Danvers, MA. Nick received his Bachelor's and Master's degrees in English horn performance from the Julliard School in New York and completed his Orff teacher certification at George Mason University, including Steve Calantropio's Level IV Master Class. Nick is president of the New England Chapter of AOSA and has presented workshops at the local and national level. He teaches recorder for all three Levels of Orff certification and serves on the editorial board of the Orff Echo.
Laura Webster teaches K–4 music at Hathaway Brown School in Shaker Heights, Ohio where she has taught for 15 years. Laura teaches movement for all three levels of Orff Schulwerk certification and has been published in the Orff Echo. She has presented workshops throughout Ohio as well as national conferences. Webster is the choral director and project manager of the Crooked River Choral Project, and she performs regularly as a vocalist in various projects throughout the Cleveland Metropolitan Area.