Kerri Williams

Kerri Williams

Kerri is a music educator and church musician, with masters’ degrees in Elementary Education, Voice Pedagogy, Music Therapy, and currently completing a D.M.A. in music education. Kerri has been involved with the Suzuki Method for more than thirty years as a parent and a teacher of piano, violin, and viola. She has taught students from pre-school through adult in studios and classrooms, as a general music teacher and regular elementary classroom teacher. Kerri is the founder and director of Ujima Strings, developed to provide underserved children an opportunity to learn the rudiments of music, composition, collaboration and music performance through string instruction.

“I am constantly amazed to recognize the mental, physical and spiritual connections for music-making across all instrumental mediums. I live for those “aha” moments in each student!”

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Chairs Column

Chair’s Column

Ingredients Imagine your favorite delicacy. It could be a particular rue recipe, a comfort food, a particular restaurant’s specialty—that taste so memorable it begs for repetition! You don’t find it everywhere. It has a niche existence, whether it be a gifted… Read more ▶

ASJ 52.2, page 2

Chairs Letter

Chair’s Letter

Journeys Life is a journey of discovery. From our infancy, we humans are exposed to the process of discovering the various elements of our environment. The joyful discovery that we can control those marvelous appendages our parents call fingers; the amazing… Read more ▶

ASJ 52.1, page 2

Chairs Letter

Chair’s Letter

Turn Up the Heat! It is my privilege to greet you at the beginning of a new fiscal year for the SAA, a new term for me as Board Chair. The theme for this edition of the ASJ, Rejuvenation, is so… Read more ▶

ASJ 51.4, page 4


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