UPDATE: Unfortunately, Mr. Willis's flight was canceled and the airline was unable to accommodate him on a new flight that would get him to the workshop on time. Therefore, the workshop will be HELD VIRTUALLY via the Zoom link sent out to registrants. The workshop will now take place from 10:00am-1:00pm. For WPU students there will be a post-workshop discussion from 1:00pm-2:00pm to satisfy the four hour requirement.
REGISTER: Visit our registration page
Franklin Willis is a three-time CMA Foundation Music Teacher of Excellence and with more than a decade of experience in the classroom, Franklin Willis is a trailblazer and catalyst for change in the music education space, as well as a rising leader within the music industry at large. He is the Community Impact Director at the CMA Foundation, which paves the way for students to experience equitable access opportunities in the music industry beyond the classroom. Willis is a children’s book author and graduate of the University of Memphis with a Bachelor of Music Education with an emphasis in Choral Music in 2009. In 2012, he earned the Master of Education Degree in Nonprofit Leadership from Belmont University. Most recently Willis completed the Education Specialist Degree with an emphasis in Instructional Leadership from Tennessee Technological University.