Emma Supica is an arts educator and consultant based in Nashville, TN. Her work centers on music and theatre education.
Most recently, Ms. Supica served as program manager for the nonprofit W.O. Smith Music School, where she evaluated, created, and implemented music education programming for low-income students in the greater Nashville area. Before coming to Nashville, Ms. Supica taught general music, band, choir, and coached softball in public schools in Kansas and Oklahoma. Her educational interests focus on community and character building through the arts, and she enjoys teaching students of any age and skill level.
Ms. Supica received her undergraduate degree in music education from the University of Kansas with both instrumental and vocal K-12 certification. She is currently pursuing her Masters of Education in Nonprofit Leadership at Belmont University, researching the use of improv theatre as a program tool. Emma joined the board trough YLC, and brings her experience in education, nonprofit volunteer engagement, and personal dedication to sustainable living to the Urban Green Lab community. She is an avid cook, pretty good gardener, and a slow, but enthusiastic, aspiring bike commuter.