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Music educator

Danika Elaine White, music educator. Certified in K-12 music education Department Elementary and Secondary Education, Missouri, 1993. Recipient Pi Kappa Lambda, Academic Fraternity, University of Arkansas, 1997, Omicron Delta Kappa, National Leadership Fraternity, Central Methodist College, 1992, Outstanding Young Women of America, 1991; scholar Graduate Assistanship, University of Arkansas, 1995-1997.

Background

White, Danika Elaine was born on November 8, 1970 in Waimea, Hawaii, United States. Daughter of Stephen Eveleth White and Christine Alyss Kirkpatrick.

Education

Bachelor of Music, Central Methodist College, 1988—1993. Master of Music, University of Arkansas, 1995—1997.

Career

K-12 music instructor Verona R-VII Schools, Missouri, 1993—1995. Graduate assistant University of Arkansas, 1995—1997. K-12 music instructor Verona R-VII Schools, 1997—1998.

Director of bands Lathrop R-II Schools, 1998—2002, Maryville R-II Schools, 2002—2006, Monett R-I Schools. Clinician Northwest Missouri State University - Summer Music Camps, 2002—2005. Flute judge Missouri Bandmasters Association, since 2003.

High school band vice president Northwest Missouri District #1-Missouri Music Educators Association, Maryville, 2004—2006.

Achievements

  • Certified in K-12 music education Department Elementary and Secondary Education, Missouri, 1993.

Membership

Member of Music Educators National Conference, National Bandmasters Association, Missouri Bandmaster Association, Missouri Music Educators Association, Missouri Women Band Directors Association (president 2004-2006, president-elect Northwest District 1).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Reading, flute, gardening, home improvement.

Connections

father:
Stephen Eveleth White

mother:
Christine Alyss Kirkpatrick