Emily Reeves Bohl, a native of South Carolina, holds the Bachelor of Arts in Music Education from Charleston Southern University and the Master of Education in Administration and Curricular Supervision from the University of Oklahoma. Emily has just finished her fourth year teaching music in the public school setting, and holds certificates in K-12 Music Education in both South Carolina and Oklahoma. Professional affiliations include the National Association for Music Education, Organization of American Kodály Educators, and Pi Kappa Lambda National Music Honor Society. She was recently named recipient of the Logan Fellowship from the Kodály Center at Holy Names University in Oakland, California, and will complete the Master of Music Education with Kodály Emphasis at Holy Names in May 2020. Emily is voice student of Shauna Fallihee, and is a frequent soloist in instrumental recitals, new music premieres, and with various choral ensembles. Currently, Emily serves as music teacher at The Child Unique Montessori School in Alameda, CA, where she is also creating the school’s first Kodály-based general music curriculum in her role as Kodály Music Coordinator. Emily is delighted to join the faculty of Young Women’s Choral Projects.