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Music educator

Corrie Mosby Boyce, music educator. Named Outstanding Club Woman of Year, South Carolina Federation of Women and Youth Clubs, Inc., 1990, United Methodist Woman of Year, I. DeQuincey Newman United Methodist Women, 1995, Living the Legacy honoree, National Council Negro Women, Inc., 1998.

Background

Boyce, Corrie Mosby was born on April 7, 1953 in Columbia, South Carolina, United States. Daughter of Rufus Levi and Emma Jo Mosby.

Education

Bachelor, Columbia College, 1974. Master of Education, Cambridge College, 1995.

Career

Teacher Richland School District 1, Columbia, since 1974. Instructor Middle School of Science Enrichment Program, Benedict College, since 1996. Cluster leader Keenan Cluster School's Music Program, Columbia, 1989—1990.

Choral music curriculum committee Richland School District 1, Columbia, 1998. Curriculum Leadership in the Arts participant South Carolina State Department Education, Columbia, 2003.

Membership

Rhomania co-chairperson Beta Epsilon Sigma chapter Sigma Gamma Rho, 1991—2002. Member of Music Educators National Conference and affiliates, National Education Association and affiliates (member South Carolina delegate assembly 1993-1998).

Connections

Married W. Ray Boyce, June 21, 1975. 1 child Ray D'Mitry.

father:
Rufus Levi

mother:
Emma Jo Mosby

spouse:
W. Ray Boyce

child:
Ray D'Mitry Boyce