Mrs. Jammie Phillips is a Flutist and middle school band director of the last 12 years in Clayton County, GA. She is a graduate of Bethune-Cookman College in Daytona Beach, FL, where she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Music Education while a member of the Marching Wildcat band as Piccolo Section Leader. During her first couple years teaching, she was able to obtain her Master of Science in Education with emphasis in Teacher Leadership and Educational Specialist in Administrator Leadership for Teaching & Learning from Walden University. Mrs. Phillips is a member of Georgia Music Educators Association where she has served as District VI secretary for the last 2 years, Kappa Delta Pi Education Honor Society, Women’s Band Director Association, Intl., and Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity where she has served as a member of the National Officers Conference as Province Officer for Tau A Province which includes Colleges & Universities in North Georgia area for the last 3 years, and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Incorporated, Epsilon Zeta Chapter. Mrs. Phillips performs regularly wherever asked, including Community Orchestras, concert bands, and her favorite are Pit Orchestras for various musicals in the Atlanta area. She is called on constantly for Flute clinician work for various band programs all over the Atlanta and surrounding areas. She is married to Mr. Doron Phillips whom is also a long-time Band Director in Clayton County at Forest Park High School. They have 3 children and reside in McDonough, GA. The Wolfpack Band under the direction of Mrs. Phillips has received a "Superior" rating for the last five years at band festivals throughout Georgia as well as District VI Large Group Performance Evaluations in music as well as consecutive superiors in sight-reading. Members of the EWA Wolfpack band participate yearly in District Honor Bands, Mid-fest Honor Band festivals, and All-county honor bands. The band has participated in Southern Star Band festivals at Six Flags over Georgia and Music Performances and workshops at Walt Disney World, Orlando. Mrs. Phillips is regularly sought after to present clinics for her tips on teaching a successful middle school band as well as her tips on getting the students to love and be passionate about the band program.
- Off Broadway
- Music Director/Conductor (Not Pianist)
- Pit Musician (Other)
- Classroom music teacher at an educational institution
Person of Color?