Dr. Annamarie Bollino recently began working as the Supervisor of the Arts for Prince William County Schools after a 20-year tenure with Stafford County Public Schools as a music educator, building administrator, and fine arts coordinator. Annamarie is currently Chair of the National Association for Music Education (NAfME) Music Program Leaders Council and Vice-President of the Virginia Music Educators Association (VMEA). Her passion for growing the profession is evident through her work with pre-service arts educators at several institutions in Virginia. Annamarie has served on state arts standards writing committees and as a grant panelist for several agencies. As a member of the Virginia Coalition for Fine Arts Education, Annamarie is leading the Commonwealth’s efforts to bring arts education data to stakeholders through the Arts Education Data Project. She is a fierce advocate for arts education and frequently presents content sessions and research at state, national, and international conferences. Annamarie is a proud graduate of West Virginia University, George Mason University, and Virginia Commonwealth University.

Job Position

Supervisor of the Arts

Organization

Prince William County Public Schools 

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