Angee McKee currently serves as Part-Time Assistant Professor of Music Education at Kennesaw State University. She teaches Music For Early & MIddle Grades, General Music Methods, and Literature for Children's Choir.
McKee holds a Bachelor of Music Education degree from Berry College, and a Masters degree in Music Education from West Georgia College. She studied piano with Gershefski protégés Faye Kesler and Betty Tolbert. McKee has earned level two conducting certification from the Choral Music Experience Institute. She has conducted music workshops in elementary music education for public school music educators throughout the Northwest Georgia area, worked as a consultant and clinician for Yamaha’s Music In Education Program, and has also served as a choral clinician for numerous honor choruses throughout the state. During her public school teaching career, McKee supervised over thirty student teachers in the field of elementary/general music education. She was designated as a Master Teacher by the Professional Teacher Education Unit (PTEU) at Kennesaw State University in 1998.
McKee was selected as 1982 Teacher of the Year at Emerson Elementary School in Bartow County, the 1992 Teacher of The Year at Cartersville Elementary School, and was also recognized as 1992 Cartersville City School System Teacher of The Year. McKee was named the 2010 Music Educator of the Year by the Georgia Music Educators Association.
McKee is a member of Delta Kappa Gamma, the Atlanta Chapter of the American Orff-Schulwerk Association, Choristers Guild, the American Choral Directors Association, the Georgia Music Educators Association, and the National Association For Music Education.