Cox-Clifton honored by MTNA

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Charlene Cox-Clifton of Los Alamos, was recently honored by Music Teachers National Association as an MTNA Foundation Fellow at the 2013 MTNA National Conference, March 9-13, at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim, Calif.
Cox-Clifton, a nationally certified teacher of music, has previously served as the president of the Kansas Music Teachers Association, president of the New Mexico Music Teachers Association, president of the West Central Division of MTNA and a member of the MTNA National Board of Directors.
She was named the Outstanding Teacher of the Year for Kansas Music Teachers Association in 1987. Cox-Clifton served as music director for the film series “Music Images” and was coordinator of piano classes and piano pedagogy at Kansas State University and Wichita State University.
She presented “Teaching for Success,” at the MTNA National Conference in Kansas City in 1982. In 2007, the New Mexico Music Teachers Association presented her with the Outstanding Teacher award.
The MTNA Foundation Fellow program offers a method of recognition for individuals who have made outstanding contributions to music teaching.
The award is bestowed when a peer or group of peers donates $1,000 to the MTNA Foundation Fund in an individual’s name.
For more information about MTNA or the MTNA Foundation Fund, contact MTNA national headquarters at 888-512-5278, mtnanet@mtna.org or visit the website at mtna.org.