Patricia González-Moreno is Professor of Music Education in the Faculty of Arts, Autonomous University of Chihuahua, Mexico, where she teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in music and arts education, educational psychology and philosophy of art. Before earning her Ph.D. in Music Education from the University of Illinois, she taught general music in basic education for seven years. Her research interests include music psychology, teacher education, professional development, and creativity. She has presented conference papers and lectures in the United States, United Kingdom, Finland, Australia, Italy, China, Chile, Brazil, Colombia, Argentina, and Mexico. Dr. González has published papers in peer-reviewed journals such as Music Education Research, Research Studies in Music Education, Revista Internacional de Educación Musical, among others, and has contributed book chapters for texts by the Canadian Music Educators’ Association, Routledge, and the Oxford University Press (in press). She has served ISME in different capacities: as a Board Member (2012-2016), Chair of the ISME Advocacy Standing Committee (2012-2016); member of the organizing committee for ISME World Conference (Porto Alegre, 2014); member of the organizing committees for the North American and Pan American Regional Conferences; ISME representative in the World Alliance for Arts Education; and member of the Editorial Board for ISME Revista Internacional de Educación Musical. Patricia also serves on the editorial committees of the journals NUPEART and “Teaching music”: A Pan-American Research Journal. In January 2013, Patricia received the acknowledgement as National Researcher by the National Council of Science and Technology (CONACYT SNI level 1) in Mexico.