Lisa Baldwin founded Learning Through Song, the predecessor to Music, Minds, and Motion, in 1996. She has presented her interactive music, reading, and movement program at schools, libraries, child development centers, festivals, and senior centers in Alabama, Georgia, Florida, North Carolina, and Virginia. She has been a K-8 classroom teacher since 1978 and certified in Alabama, North Carolina, and Virginia. She was the 2005-06 Teacher of the Year, Cove Creek School, Vilas, NC, and the 2005-06 Watauga County Wal-Mart Teacher of the Year. In 2007 she was inducted into the Delta Kappa Gamma Teachers’ Society International. Since 1984 she has been a professional musician and songwriter, performing folk, country, bluegrass, and original music. (For more on her professional music career, see the “about” tab on www.baldwinhaney.com.) She has led workshops for public school teachers, librarians, and child care providers, and she has participated in numerous grants. She holds a BS in Education with a minor in Music from Auburn University, and she recently completed an MA in Appalachian Studies with a focus on culture at Appalachian State University. Lisa currently teaches fifth grade at High Point Elementary School in Bristol, Virginia. She also performs traditional folk, country, and bluegrass music with her husband, David Haney, who is Dean of Faculty and Vice President For Academic Affairs at Emory & Henry College in Emory, Virginia.