Jennifer Grice is one of the leading teachers in conducting and drum majoring in the United States. Jennifer is currently the Director of Bands at Windsor High School in Colorado. She is also pursuing her doctorate in wind conducting from the University of Northern Colorado. Her Master's degrees in Conducting and Oboe Performance are from the University of Louisiana at Monroe and her Bachelor's degree is in Music Education from Arizona State University. Jennifer has been the drum major of her high school in West Virginia, Shady Spring H.S.; Arizona State University; University of Louisiana at Monroe, Velvet Knights Drum & Bugle Corps and the Phantom Regiment Drum & Bugle Corps. She received the award with the Phantom Regiment of Best Drum Major at the Drum Corps Midwest Championships in Madison, WI. The Phantom Regiment also won the DCI World Championships while she was drum major in 1996. She was the Assistant Director of Bands with the "Pride of the Rockies" Marching Band at UNC for three years. Jennifer was a leading clinician for the George Parks Drum Major Academy for thirteen years. She has taught band and orchestra for twenty years in Louisiana, Texas, Colorado, and Kentucky. Her orchestra from Lafayette H.S. in Lexington, Kentucky performed at the Midwest Band & Orchestra Clinic in 2009. Prior to going back to school to pursue her doctorate, Jennifer served as the Director of Education & Outreach for Conn-Selmer, Inc. working with Dr. Tim Lautzenheiser.