Jennifer Sengin is currently serving as the Interim Director of Choral Activities where she conducts University Singers, Women’s Chorus, and coaches graduate choral conducting students in Master Singers. When not serving in the interim role, she is the Associate Director of Choral Activities at Georgia State University where she conducts the Women’s Chorus and Choral Union as well as teaches conducting, graduate choral literature, undergraduate choral methods, and supervises student teachers. Under her direction, the Women’s Chorus was recently selected to perform at the Georgia Music Educators Association Conference in January 2020. She serves as the R&R Chair for Youth and Student Activities on the GA-ACDA Board and as Faculty/Administrator of the Choral Music Experience for Choral Teacher Education course at Michigan State University.
Prior to pursuing doctoral studies, Dr. Sengin taught high school choir in New Jersey. Under her direction, the choirs performed at Carnegie Hall, the New Jersey State Theatre, and Princeton Chapel on the Princeton University Campus.
Dr. Sengin is an active guest conductor, clinician, adjudicator, and presenter. She recently provided sessions at the Georgia Music Educators Conference, Florida Music Educators Conference, and at the Mirabai Women’s Leadership Retreat in Orlando, Florida. Dr. Sengin has taught courses at Michigan State University and Central Connecticut State University. She has published and contributed to articles in the Choral Journal and Tempo Magazine.
Dr. Sengin holds degrees from The College of New Jersey (BM), Ithaca College (MM), and Michigan State University (DMA).