Cherice Harrison-Nelson lives and works in New Orleans. Her recent projects and accomplishments include: Summer 1994 - Fulbright Scholarship to Senegal and Ghana; cadre member of the New Orleans Public School's Africana Studies Cadre; school site Multi-Cultural Studies lead teacher; Project Director of the Haley Story Quilt Project; site Chairperson of - Jazz Awareness Month (October) and African/African-American Month; Master's Degree from Xavier University - May 1996; conceived and developed a Jazz studies curriculum for elementary level students which is currently in use in over forty schools in Southeast Louisiana; annually facilitates a teacher's workshop on Jazz Awareness Month.
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