Lane Velayo is Executive Director for the Indiana Music Education Association and its Foundation (IMEA) whose mission is to advance music education in Indiana by advocating for the best musical interests of all students and by providing quality programs, professional development and services. Velayo leads his staff and works with volunteer...

Lane Velayo is Executive Director for the Indiana Music Education Association and its Foundation (IMEA) whose mission is to advance music education in Indiana by advocating for the best musical interests of all students and by providing quality programs, professional development and services. Velayo leads his staff and works with volunteer leadership and other stakeholders to execute on that mission. He is currently the chair for the National Association for Music Education's Council of State Executives and has previously been recognized by the American Society of Association Executives through admission in their Diversity Executive Leadership Program.  

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5 Reasons to Attend Your MEA Conference

It's true that new waves of technology make it easier to access information when you need it and however you need it. Need to learn a quick "hack" — simply Google it, right? Given all of these advances, why do teachers still need to pack up, leave the comforts of their classrooms and head to the music education association (MEA) conference? Simply put, it's integral to your growth as an educator.

Beyond the simple transactional value that any conference can provide, there are still many reasons for you to attend your local MEA conference.

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