Lisa Heinrich is a doctoral student at Kent State University and and currently teaches K-5 general music in the Cloverleaf Local Schools. She previously held teaching positions with the Lakewood City Schools, Lakewood Congregational Church, and the Austrian Ministry of Education. Lisa has a Master of Music degree from Cleveland State University, as well as Bachelor of Arts in German and Bachelor of Music in Education degrees from Bowling Green State University. She completed all 3 levels of Orff-Schulwerk and 3 courses in Music Learning Theory, as well as a Dalcroze course through the American Eurhythmics Society. She served on the board of the Greater Cleveland Flute Society for 10 years as newsletter editor and website developer. Lisa served two terms as President of the Cleveland chapter of the American Orff-Schulwerk Association. She is the 2019 Medina County Teacher of the Year and is also a recipient of a Fulbright teaching grant.