Student Affairs Advisor

Student Affairs Advisor

As per the MAR-AMTA Bylaws, Article III, Section 12, the Student Affairs Advisor shall: serve as the regional representative to the Student Affairs Advisory Board of AMTA; attend Regional Executive Board meetings; serve as a conduit for student problems and concerns, referring to appropriate committees and officers; keep the Regional Executive Board advised of all […]

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Public Relations Chair

Public Relations Chair

Cheyenna Eagle, MT-BC, graduated with a B.S in Music Therapy from State University of New York at Fredonia. She is currently working at Spectrum Creative Arts in Rochester, NY. It an inclusive arts education and therapy center where she works with individuals of all abilities and ages. She is passionate about social justice and making […]

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Government Relations Elect

Government Relations Elect

Tatyana N. Martin, MT-BC (She/her) As per the MAR-AMTA Bylaws, Article III, Section 11, the Government Relations Chair-Elect shall: study the duties of the Government Relations Chair in order to be prepared at the appropriate time to take over the responsibilities of the office; assist the Government Relations Chair as requested; maintain communication with the […]

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Government Relations Chair

Government Relations Chair

Stephenie Sofield, MM, MT-BC, is a music therapist at Avanzar, a social justice agency in New Jersey, where she provides music therapy to child witnesses of intimate partner violence. She is currently a PhD student at Drexel University and is interested in intersectional feminist research methodologies. As per the MAR-AMTA Bylaws, Article III, Section 10 […]

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Treasurer Elect

Treasurer Elect

Nina Alden is excited to be the new treasurer elect and looks forward to learning and growing with the MARAMTA. Growing up in Seattle, Nina moved to New York 4 years ago to get her Master’s Degree in Music Therapy at NYU. She is happy to now call the east coast her home and enjoys […]

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Treasurer

Treasurer

Amanda Montera, MT-BC is a new professional who graduated from Temple University. She is currently pursuing her MMT at Temple while working with older adults with dementia. She also served on the student e-board as treasurer and is excited to continue serving the region in bigger ways in the coming years. She focuses her clinical […]

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Vice President-Elect for Conference Planning

Vice President-Elect for Conference Planning

  As per the MAR-AMTA Bylaws, Article III, Section 6, the Vice President-Elect for Conference Planning shall: study the duties of the Vice President for Conference Planning in order to be prepared at the appropriate time to take over the responsibilities of the office; assist the Vice President for Conference Planning as requested; maintain communication […]

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Vice President for Conference Planning

Vice President for Conference Planning

Timothy Doak is a Licensed Creative Arts Therapist and Board Certified Music Therapist at the Baystate Medical Center’s Pediatric Palliative Care program in Springfield, MA. Timothy has been a music therapist since 2013 and has worked with a variety of clinical populations. He received his Bachelors of Music Therapy from Shenandoah University, and his Masters […]

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Vice President for Membership

Vice President for Membership

Clarissa Lacson (she/her), MA, MT-BC, PhD Candidate, Creative Arts Therapies As per the MAR-AMTA Bylaws, Article III, Section 4, the Vice President for Membership shall: succeed to the presidency in case of the resignation of the President, President-Elect, and the Vice President for Conference Planning; chair the Regional Services Council; serve as regional representative to […]

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Immediate Past President

Immediate Past President

Beth Deyermond (she/her) has been practicing music therapy for over twenty years. She is the Director of Music Therapy at The Center for Discovery in Harris, New York where she also serves as the Internship Director. At The Center, Beth specializes in working with children and adults who have multiple, complex physical and intellectual challenges […]

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