Aubree Weiley has spent over a decade working as part of the global movement for youth empowerment and social development though music education. In her nine-year tenure at The People's Music School in Chicago, she created the school's first curriculum and corresponding evaluation and assessment infrastructure, and facilitated the delivery of free, quality music instruction to over 4,000 youth throughout the Chicago area. In addition, Aubree has initiated several innovative music programs for youth, emphasizing the life-skills of responsibility, self-esteem, and purpose while pursuing musical mastery. Combining her love of music with her service as a U.S Peace Corps Education Volunteer in Lesotho, Africa, Aubree worked with middle and high school choir students in rehearsal, performance, and country-wide competition. She also conducted ethnomusicological research on Monyanako, the original and collaborative musical compositions of Basotho school children. A vocalist by training, she holds a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance and Musical Theatre Certificate from Northwestern University in Evanston, IL.


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