Recipients of the: Legacy Award in Music Education

Michelle McKenzie

Michelle McKenzie received her education at Alabama State University, where in 2000 she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Music Education.

Michelle McKenzie has worked as an elementary school educator in the Montgomery County Public Schools, Montgomery, Alabama, in 2000 and 2001; and in 2001 she began her journey as a secondary school educator for the Montgomery County Public Schools, where she still is employed.

McKenzie is the Minister of Music at which church or school? in Luverne, Alabama, where she taught and directed songs for various choirs, plays the organ and sings for all services, crusades and revivals.

Michelle McKenzie is a member of Alabama Education Association and a Member of National Association for Music Education. She also belongs to the Alabama Vocal Association, District VI.

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