Resume & Scholarship

Elizabeth M. Guerriero, Ph.D.

bethguerriero@gmail.com

Qualifications Summary:

• Nationally known leader, author, and presenter in arts education

• Develop and manage of partnerships with many of New York City’s leading cultural

institutions

• Educate, train, and motivate staff, teachers, and interns to ensure consistent vision and

implementation of organizational strategic planning

• Manage $1 million program budget

Appointments:

Director of Education for Harmony Program at the City University of New York (CUNY)

New York, NY; June 2016-Present

Adjunct Assistant Professor Music at Westminster College of the Arts at Rider University,

Lawrenceville, NJ; Fall 2011-Present

Conductor, Music Educator, and Music Lecturer, Montgomery County Community

College, Blue Bell, PA; January 2011-August 2016

Branch Coordinator, Settlement Music School, Philadelphia, PA; August 2015-May 2016

Adjunct Assistant Professor of Music Education at Westminster Choir College of Rider

University, Princeton NJ; August 2006-May 2012

Clinics and Workshops Presented:

Brooklyn College at CUNY, New York, NY, November 2017. Instrumental Music in Early

Childhood.

Guest Artist, Juilliard School, New York, NY, August 2017. Teaching Artistry for Musicians.

New Jersey Suzuki Workshop, July 2017. Violin and Viola Clinician.

Guest Artist, Juilliard School, New York, NY, August 2016. “You want me to do what?:

Strategies for Teaching Artists.

Presenter, University of Delaware String Education Students, University of Delaware, Newark,

DE, November 2015. “All Things Strings: A survey of beginning method books and repertoire

for elementary orchestra.”

Presenter, Boston University, Boston, MA October 2015. “IRSTE: A collaborative approach to

research.”

Presenter, Delaware Music Educators Association, Wilmington, DE, October 2014. “All Things

Strings: A review of the fundamentals of string playing and teaching.”

Presenter, Greater Philadelphia Suzuki Association, Lansdale, PA, October 2014. “Why Suzuki

Makes Sense: Connecting Suzuki Research to Practice.”

Violin Adjudicator, Solo and Ensemble Festival, Harford County, MD, March 2014

AmBASSador for Pennsylvania State University, International Bass Society Convention, 2009

Academic Awards and Honors:

Strings adjudicator, Delaware Youth Symphony Orchestra Concerto Competition, March

2015

Invited to Marshall Graduation, Montgomery County Community College, Spring 2012

Professional Affiliations:

American String Teachers Association, Viola Forum Co-chair, June 2016-Present.

International Research Symposium for Talent Education, distinguished researcher, May

2012-November 2016

Greater Philadelphia Suzuki Association, Board Member, 2006-2008; January 2011-

September 2016

PADESTA (Pennsylvania/Delaware State ASTA Chapter), Secretary, 2012-June 2016.

PMEA District 11 Music Advocacy Chair, 2011-January 2014.

Greater Philadelphia Suzuki Association, Vice-President Strings, 2011-January 2013.

Educational Advisory Committee, Philadelphia Orchestra, 2005-2006

Sample of Publications:

Luther, C. & Guerriero, E. (2017). “From Violin to Viola and Back Again Part 2: A

journey through the repertoire.” American String Teachers Association Journal. Columns

for the Viola Forum (in progress).

Einarson, K., Guerriero, E., et al (2015-2016). “Report on the status of Suzuki teaching in

Canada and the United States.” Series of 6 articles in the American Suzuki Journal,

August 2015-December 2016.

References available on request.