Sharon L. Morrow, Ph.D. 
Educational Consultant
Ph.D University of Wisconsin - Madison
MM   University of Wisconsin - Madison
BFA  California State University
Sharon Morrow is a retired Associate Professor of Music Education from Westminster Choir College of Rider University in Princeton, NJ. She received her Masters in Music Education and PhD in Curriculum and Instruction (minor in Communication Disorders) from the University of Wisconsin – Madison.
Her public school teaching experience has included work with students from K-12 in choral music, general music, and string instruction in California, Montana, and Wisconsin. She has completed Levels training in Orff-Schulwerk at University of Montana and University of St. Thomas, and brings an eclectic pedagogical approach to teaching that includes Comprehensive Musicianship, Orff, Kodály, Dalcroze, and Suzuki with a culturally-relevant curricular pedagogy that emphasizes active music-making at all levels. She has presented workshops at the local and state level for music educators in California, Montana, Wisconsin and New Jersey, and has been a vocal and choral adjudicator and clinician at the local and state level. She has served as co-president for the Wisconsin Orff Chapter (Greater Milwaukee Orff Dimensions). While teaching public school, her high school choral music program was selected to be a pilot program for the Comprehensive Musicianship through Performance program in Wisconsin.
In addition to music education, Dr. Morrow is also a licensed medical technologist and has worked as a clinical instructor, bench technologist (generalist) and supervisor for hospital labs in Orange and San Diego counties (CA).  Her research interest is in vocal health for music teachers and students.
Dr. Morrow has remained an active vocal performer, singing with the Orange County Master Chorale (CA), San Diego Master Chorale (CA), Pacific Camerata (CA), Bozeman Chamber Singers (MT), Bozeman Choral Union (MT), Intermountain Opera Chorus (MT), University of Wisconsin Madrigal Singers (WI), and Isthmus Vocal Ensemble (WI) and Princeton ProMusica (NJ).