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December, 22, 2023
01:30 PM - 02:30 PM




Jennie Fabianski

Jennie Fabianski

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Matthew Crisman

Matthew Crisman

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Demystifying Social Media & Making it Work for You

Clinic Synopsis:

Are you interested in exploring social media for you program but you are unsure of where to start? In this hands on session, we will teach you step-by-step use of TikTok & Instagram, as well as how you can use it to empower your students and program promotion.

Jennie Fabianski - Biographical Information

Born and raised in Dalton, GA, Jennie Fabianski is a true Georgia peach currently in her 16th year of teaching at Chattahoochee High School in Johns Creek, GA. Under her leadership, the program receives consistent superior ratings in performance evaluations, participates in all state & district events, and is invited to perform nationally and internationally. Professionally, Jennie is not only a vocalist, but also an accomplished trombonist and was an active member of the Georgia Wind Symphony when they performed at the Georgia Music Educators Association State Conference. At Chattahoochee, Jennie serves as a New Teacher Mentor, creates & leads professional development sessions, and is involved in several committees at the local & district level. She has been a Teacher of the Year Finalist four of the last five years, and her musical productions have received over thirty Georgia High School Musical Theatre Award nominations under her direction. During her career, Jennie has organized district events, evaluations, and auditions, as well as procured Eric Whitacre as the lead clinician at the 2020 District Honor Chorus. She has consulted extensively on Amazon Studio Series Do, Re, Mi, produced by Kristen Bell. She holds a Bachelor (BM, Education) and Master’s (MA, Conducting), both from Reinhardt University, under the tutelage of Dr. David Gregory & Dr. Thomas V. Fraschillo. When Jennie is not making music or running a theatre, she enjoys spending time with her wonderful husband Kevin, and their three children, Liam (5), Owen (3), and Evie (2). 

Matthew Crisman - Biographical Information

Matthew Crisman is proud to serve Chattahoochee High School as Associate Director of Bands. A graduate of the University of Georgia’s Hugh Hodgson School of Music (BM, Education) and the Texas Tech School of Music (MM, Saxophone Performance), Crisman has explored the realm of high-level music making on the stage of nationally adjudicated competitions and conference performances. With this mindset and experience, he seeks to motivate young musicians to achieve their highest potential in a supportive, positive atmosphere. Crisman’s experience as a competitive saxophonist has taken him and his ensembles through the Fischoff Chamber Music Competition, the Music Teacher’s National Association, the North American Saxophone Alliance, the Texas Tech Concerto Competition, the Georgia Music Educators Association, the Texas Music Educators Association and several other organizations. Crisman’s primary instructors have included Dr. Connie Frigo, David Dees, Dr. Jaclyn Hartenberger, Dr. Sarah McKoin, Mike Walsh and Alexander Krakovski. Crisman maintains relationships with the North American Saxophone Alliance, the Georgia Music Educators Association, and the Kappa Kappa Psi Music Service Fraternity. In addition to his duties at Chattahoochee, Crisman serves as alto saxophonist for the Atlanta Wind Symphony, a clinician for young saxophonists, and loves to spend time with his wife, baby and their menagerie of pets.