The Florida Music Educators Association’s annual Professional Development Conference is one of the largest music education professional development events in the United States. In addition to approximately 250 clinic sessions and concerts, it is host to 22 All-State Ensembles conducted by world-class conductors and teachers. It is attended by more than 10,000 people, and this year, our Founder, Khyle B. Wooten attended and participated in the poster session, which drew attention from esteemed colleagues, professors, and preservice choral and instrumental music educators.
Born and raised in Philadelphia, PA, Khyle Wooten co-founded Beta Gamma Chi in 2009 and served as the fraternity’s first president. Khyle received his undergraduate degree in music education from Lincoln University (PA) and his master’s degree from Georgia State University. Khyle is currently attending Florida State University where he is pursuing a doctoral degree in choral conducting.