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As a small town Mississippi boy, I began a career as a singer/guitarist and stepped into the realm of music leadership during my high school years. I moved on to graduate from The University of Southern Mississippi with a Master’s in Music Education (i.e., M. M. Ed.) in 2004. While working on this M. M. Ed., I served as a general music instructor at West Elementary School, Choir Supervisor at Bayou View and Central Middle Schools, and Choir Director at Gulfport High School.

Woodward HeadshotAfter graduating with a master’s degree, I moved to Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College as the Choir Director on the Jackson County Campus. Later, I served as the Fine Arts Department Chair for the JC Campus. Currently, I am serving as the Dean of Instruction on the JC Campus. MGCCC has over 10,000 students and 13 different Departments, ranging from Science to Career/Technical programs. You check out the college at mgccc.edu.

In addition to being employed at MGCCC, I am working towards a Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration with a minor in Instructional Technology.

The best part of who I am is my wife and my handsome baby boy. We just celebrated ten years of marriage and hope to have more kids! I also serve as the worship leader at Crosspoint Church (mycrosspoint.org). I love playing and watching sports (especially the Saints), and I might be best know for eating the last Krystal burger served in downtown Gulfport.


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