Lisa Sullivan Odom
Adjunct Faculty, School of Music, Theatre, and Dance; Orff Schulwerk: Level I & Children’s Literature & the Orff Schulwerk Classroom
Lisa Sullivan Odom teaches K-2 music at Madison School in Skokie, Ill. Prior to her move to Skokie, Lisa taught music at Mohawk Trails Elementary in Carmel, Ind., for 28 years and was named Carmel Clay Teacher of the Year in 2008. In 2017, Lisa was named the Elementary Music Teacher of the Year by the Indiana Music Educator Association. She holds a Bachelor of Music from Butler University and a Master of Arts in Education from Ball State University. She published her first teacher resource during the summer of 2014, titled “Playing with Improvisation: Technology with Integrity in the Orff Classroom.” Lisa served three years as the Region VI representative for the American Orff Schulwerk Association and has presented at multiple National Association for Music Education, American Orff Schulwerk Association, and Indiana Music Educator Association conferences. Lisa teaches Orff Schulwerk Levels, Orff Curriculum, and Orff Technology at Anderson University in Anderson, Ind., and Orff Schulwerk Levels at DePaul University in Chicago. Lisa serves as course director for Orff Schulwerk at Anderson University.