Supporting the mission of World Singing Day
Each year, people all over the globe work together on the World Singing Day project. From volunteer hosts in cities everywhere to our team at the World Singing Day Headquarters in Boulder, Colorado (USA), we’re working to unite musicians and non-musicians, shower singers and celebrities, as they sing together on the third Saturday each October. It’s no small feat to organize a global event, but with your help, we can work together and unite the world in song.
Our Global Event Team
Scott founded World Singing Day with the belief that nothing bonds people faster than the joy of singing together. He has written and produced music for over 40 years, including 6 albums of his own songs, ranging from children’s music to adult contemporary pop/rock. In 2003, Scott co-founded the Positive Music Association to promote artists and music with universal, life-affirming messages.
Director/Global Event Coordinator/Music Educator
A music educator for nearly thirty years, Heather founded Enthusic Music Company, LLC to share her passion for music through creative educational music programs for libraries and schools.
Australian Host Coordinator/Choir Director
Sue was a primary school music teacher for twenty years before she realised her natural ability in creating a safe place for everyone to sing. She founded Choirs4kids and VividVoices,community singing groups for all in Perth, Australia.
Ginny is president of Corsi Associates where she works with CEOs and senior executives in management consulting and team-building. An experienced large group facilitator, she also has led many retreats and workshops for business, corporations, private equity firms, foundations and family offices. She was a trustee for Outward Bound for over 20 years.
Tim has been involved with vocal music the majority of his life both personally and professionally. He worked for over 35 years directing and managing performing arts programs in the U.S. and around the world and has developed lasting international friendships and connections to help grow World Singing Day.
Myriam Keyser Johnson
Born and raised in Antwerp, Belgium, Myriam has traveled and worked all over North America and Europe in a variety of roles, from scheduling tours in Europe to managing large groups of international students. She ran a Montessori school for a number of years before working as a realtor for 18 years in Boulder, Colorado.
Advisory Board Members
Sridhar is the founder and CEO of the Shankar Mahadevan Academy, an online music school of Indian music, with over 13,000 students in 72 countries. He is a founding trustee of Meghshala, a program in India that empowers teachers with an imaginative curriculum. Sridhar is a serial entrepreneur with more than 25 years of experience in software and wireless technology.
Shareen Yong Yong
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Shareen is passionate about making a difference especially in the lives of youths where she dedicates her work in coaching, Girl Guiding, and youth projects. She lectures full time in a polytechnic and is also the founding captain of the Girl Guiding movement for polytechnic tertiary education. For World Singing Day 2018, she managed to groom a group of students who struggled with confidence and in English to organise an event with great success.
Suzanne is passionate about connecting creatives, emerging artists and communities to create projects that remind us to take delight in the world around us and help us make it a better place. Her background includes a range of creative and corporate communications roles and love of singing in all its forms – especially in harmony. She has worked for Creativity Australia’s With One Voice choir program and was the founding producer of OperaBox WA.
Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania
From Dar es Salaam in Tanzania, John brings a wide variety of creative talents to our Advisory Board, including sound engineering, web and mobile app development, graphic design, stage production, and marketing. John is also a musician, singer, and speaks Swahili.
Los Angeles, USA
Marty has been a director in the Directors Guild with over 27 years production experience in film. She has been Assistant Director on many films including Steel Magnolias, Driving Miss Daisy, Mystic Pizza, and Rush. Marty directed the Indie feature film Next of Kin, featuring Octavia Spencer and Ed Begley Jr. She directed and produced the sign language educational series “Shut Up and Sign.”
Stan, M.Ed., L.P.C., has dedicated his career to helping leaders in nonprofit organizations and businesses resolve problems, explore new possibilities, design and implement strategic plans, and achieve success. The coaching he has provided for over 40 years help people improve the quality of their lives in both personal and professional domains. He has written a number of books on coaching, career planning, and health and happiness.
Born and raised in East Germany, Zuza was traded at the age of 14 as a political prisoner to West Germany. A Fulbright scholar, she earned a master’s degree at UT–Austin in the 1980s. She has been an educator for over 20 years at private and bilingual schools, and has been an active volunteer at numerous Boulder County non-profits. Zuza is the Rocky Mountain Region’s representative for the United Nations Association.
Los Angeles, USA
A graduate of the University of Southern California Law School, Tom specializes in nonprofit, estate, tax and employee benefits law. Tom is a partner with the law firm of Hill, Farrer & Burrill, which was established in 1923.