Krystal Williams is a highly accomplished music educator and performer. She is currently an adjunct lecturer for Woodwind Method at the University of Maryland Baltimore County and the Music Theory Teacher at Northwestern High School's Visual and Performing Arts Program for Prince George's County Public Schools. She has also served as the Band Director at Western High School for 8 years and 14 years with Baltimore City Schools. Williams holds a B.A. in Music and a M.A. in Teaching from the College of Notre Dame Maryland, and she attended Morgan State University as a Music Major and Graduate Assistant from 2006-2009. In addition to her teaching and performance work, Williams is also actively involved in various professional organizations. She is the Music Technology Chair for MMEA Maryland, the Professional Development Chair for the Association of Black Women Band Directors, a member of the Women Band Directors International Association, and a member of the Baltimore Alumnae Chapter of Sigma Alpha Iota International Music Fraternity for Women.
Music Theory, Composition, Music Technology