Victoria Enloe

Victoria Enloe has been teaching orchestra in Gwinnett County Public
Schools for 13 years, and is currently one of the orchestra directors at
Peachtree Ridge High School. She graduated from the University of Georgia
with a Bachelor of Music in Music Education and in 2006 earned a Master of
Music Education from UGA. Mrs. Enloe served on the committee to revise the
Gwinnett County Academic Knowledge and Skills for orchestra and has acted
as the Performing Arts Collaboration representative at Peachtree Ridge
since 2011. She has worked as a sectional coach for the Gwinnett County
Kendall Youth Orchestra and the Gwinnett County Youth Symphony, and has
served as a clinician and adjudicator for school orchestras around
Gwinnett. This year, Mrs. Enloe is the organizer for the All-State 9-10
String Orchestra and interim editor for Georgia Music News, a publication
of the Georgia Music Educators Association. Mrs. Enloe is a member of the
Georgia Music Educators Association and the American String Teachers
Association. She lives in Lawrenceville with her husband, Luther, and their
son, Cole.

Dr. Bernadette Scruggs

Dr. Bernadette Scruggs received her Bachelor of Music in Education and her
Master of Music in Education from Columbus State University. She earned
both an Ed.S. and a Ph.D. in music education from Georgia State University.
Prior to teaching in the Gwinnett County School System, Dr. Scruggs taught
for both the Floyd County and the Clayton County School Systems. While
teaching in Clayton County, Dr. Scruggs was a director of the Clayton
County Honor Orchestra. Under her direction, this middle school string
ensemble performed at the Southern Division Music Educator’s National
Conference in Nashville, Tennessee. Dr. Scruggs has also been a director
for the Clayton County Youth Symphony, which was invited to perform for the
Georgia Music Association Educators Conference. At Pointe South Middle
School, where she taught for eleven years, the
orchestra performed at several festivals, receiving First Place Awards as
well as consistently receiving superior ratings at yearly performance
ensemble events. Over her career, five of Dr. Scruggs’s groups have been
invited to perform at the Georgia Music Educators Association annual
In-Service Convention. Dr. Scruggs was voted the 1995 Pointe South Teacher
of the Year and the 1999 Hull Middle School Teacher of the Year. Currently,
she is an orchestra director at Peachtree Ridge High School. Dr. Scruggs
has served as state secretary for the Georgia chapter of the American
String Teachers Association and as both a Vice President and President for
the Georgia Music Educators Association (GMEA). She currently holds the
position of Past President’s Representative for GMEA. This will be Dr.
Scruggs’ fifth year to serve as Co-Director of the Gwinnett County Youth