| Karen is a popular coach and teacher within Sweet
Adelines Intl. She has achieved the level of "Master Faculty"
(one of only four women in the organization to have achieved this
goal) and "Master Director."
Karen has directed 3 choruses, ranking in the finals 6 times. She
recently retired from directing Spirit of the Gulf, helping them win
the coveted "Most Entertaining Chorus Award" three times.
She has won 9 international quartet medals - including the championship
with Jubilation in 1985 and with "the BUZZ" in 2005. Karen
was International President of Sweet Adelines from 1998 - 1999. Karen
has a Bachelor's Degree in Education and Foreign Language and a Master's
Degree in Guidance and Counseling. She lives in Jacksonville FL on
the beautiful St. John's River with her husband Bob - also a barbershop
quartet finalist. Since she began singing at age four with her family's
professonal singing group, The Drummond Family Singers, music has
truly been in Karen's heart and soul for all of her life.
| Jeannie also received a gold medal singing bass with
the 1992 champs City Lights and chorus gold with three time International
Champions The Ramapo Valley Chorus under the direction of Renee Craig.
Currently, Jeannie sings with The Harmony Celebration Chorus where
she is an Assistant Director and Bass Section Leader. Jeannie is a
successful chorus and quartet coach. She began singing and performing
professionally at the age of 16. Jeannie and husband Brian are the
proud parents of five children and make their home in Spring Lake,
||"Debbie Cleveland, lead, also sang lead in the
1994 International Champion Quartet "Showtime". She is on
the International Faculty for Sweet Adelines, Int'l. and is a Coach
and Soloist in her own right. Debbie has directed Youth Harmony Choruses
in six states, and is the first female commentator of the men's Barbershop
Harmony Society International contest webcast. By day, Debbie is the
director of the "Superior" rated choral program at Gaither
High School in Tampa, Florida, and is wife to Brett, and mom to Josh
and Jenny - all three accomplished singers and performers."
|| Nancy sang tenor with the 1992 Champion Quartet City
Lights, with whom she traveled and performed extensively.
She was an active member and section leader in the International Champion
Ramapo Valley Chorus and in 2002 spent time singing and teaching vocal
skills in China. Nancy makes her home in Malvern, Pennsylvania with
her husband Cameron. She is a sought after coach and vocalist and
works for Pfizer Pharmaceuticals.