Jennifer F. earned her B.A. in music, focusing on piano and voice, from Hardin-Simmons University in May 2000. During her college years, she completed administrative internships with the Abilene Philharmonic, the Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. She later earned her master’s degree from Texas Tech University, in December 2005, with studies in music, education, public relations and management. Professionally, Jennifer served as Education Director, for several years, of the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra. After this experience, she felt led to teach. She obtained her teaching certificate from Wayland Baptist University. During the pursuit of her teaching certificate, Ms. Fisher actively served more than 1,300 hours, as an aid, in elementary special education, working with children with special needs, including autism, ADD/ADHD and Down Syndrome. Subsequently, she earned her teaching certification in special education--an equal passion for her. Jennifer has also served several years, as a professional accompanist and vocal coach. Additionally, she served as Assistant Choir Director at Randall High School in Amarillo, Texas, before her transition to Houston. Of her career, Jennifer reflects, "My passion is to share with children a love for the journey on which music takes us. My gift is in helping students cast aside the burden of self-doubt so that they can achieve more in music than they ever dreamed they could."