Meredith is the managing director of Clarinet HQ, an online resource for young clarinetists and their band directors. Driving much of this work is her passion for engaging beginning and intermediate players and helping them establish proper clarinet techniques for lifelong success. She taught in the public schools for ten years before relocating to Maryland to pursue a career in non-profit arts management. She holds degrees from the University of Kansas and the University of Northern Colorado, where she studied clarinet with Larry Maxey, Bil Jackson, and Lauren Jacobson, respectively. Notable domestic performances include appearances at the Texas Music Educators' Association Convention, the South Texas Flute & Clarinet Festival, ClarinetFest, and Nashville's Global Education Center. On the international stage, she has performed and presented masterclasses at ClarinetFest in Oostend, Belgium and at venues throughout the United Kingdom. Currently, Meredith serves as chair of the International Clarinet Association's Youth Involvement Committee, creates educational content for arts non-profits, teaches private clarinet lessons, and is an instructor at Frederick Community College. She completed a Certificate in Arts Management from NYU in December 2021 and recently became the General Manager for the Loudoun Symphony Youth Orchestra. Outside of music, she is an Assistant Coach with Girls on the Run, loves gardening, and tries to sew - although she's admittedly not great at it... yet.