To be a catalyst for meaningful early childhood music and movement practices throughout the world.
The non-profit Early Childhood Music & Movement Association (ECMMA) believes appropriate, purposeful music and movement experiences enhance early childhood development and seeks to support early childhood music and movement practitioners by providing resources, advocacy, professional development, and collaboration opportunities
It is a great honor to serve as ECMMA's next President. First, I would like to recognize the service of my predecessors Su D'Ambrosio and Amy Rucker who served our organization well during particularly troubling times. I am grateful for Su's continued contributions as past president and DEI committee chair. Second, I would like to thank ECMMA board members past and present for this opportunity. Currently, we are focused on providing an excellent conference this summer at the University of Texas, Rio Grande Valley from June 25-28, 2023. Just like the themes of this convention, our organizational goals include increasing connections and building our community. Please stay tuned to ECMMA.org for updates in the near future and please reach out to me anytime at email@example.com.
Tiger Robison, President
International Journal of Music in Early Childhood
The International Journal of Music in Early Childhood is an interdisciplinary forum directed at the empirical study of music in early childhood, or pre-birth to age 8.
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