"The Way Forward: Collaboration," by Kelly Clingan, VOICE of Washington Music Educators, May 2021.
"The Future of Music Education," by Christopher T. F. Hanson, Teacher Talk Episode 52, March 21, 2021.
"Seattle JazzED: Pushing Forward in Epic Times, " by Paul Rauch, Earshot Jazz, March 2021.
"Resolve and Evolve," by Kelly Clingan, VOICE of Washington Music Educators, January 2021.
"Banding Together," by Joe Sugrue, The Goals of Beginning Band Podcast, January 15, 2021.
"Now is the Time," by Christopher T. F. Hanson, Teacher Talk Episode 31, October 25, 2020.
"The Time for Change is Now," by Kelly Clingan, VOICE of Washington Music Educators, October 2020.
"Teaching Jazz in the Schools During COVID-19," by Paul deBarros, Earshot Jazz, September 2020.
"Guided Online Listening with Kelly Clingan," by JEN, May 7, 2020.
"Community Responses to COVID-19," by Kelly Clingan and Kat Sherrell, Earshot Jazz, April 2020.
"An Ensemble from Seattle JazzED will Compete in Essentially Ellington," by Ashley Gross, KNKX, February 14, 2020.
"They've Got that Swing: The Girls Ellington Project Makes Beautiful Music Together," King 5 Evening News, December 12, 2019.
"In Her Hands; Key Changes in Jazz," Directed by Kay D. Ray, 2019.
"Representation Matters: The #JazzGirl Movement Goes National," by Tara Peters, Earshot Jazz, May 2019.
"How the World of Jazz is Opening to Thousands of Seattle Kids Who Might Have Been Left Out," by Paul deBarros, The Seattle Times, May 16, 2019.
"Seattle's All-female High School Jazz Band Heads for National Stage," by Agueda Pacheco Flores, Crosscut, March 29, 2019.
"Seattle All-girls Jazz Band Goes National," by Marcie Sillman, KUOW 94.9 FM, March 26, 2019.
"The Educational Jazz Band: Where Are the Girls?" by Kelly Clingan, VOICE of Washington Music Educators, October 2017.
(republished Jazz Education Network Monthly Newsletter, June 2018)
"Loud and Proud: Girls Ellington Project Gives Voice to the Disenfranchised," by Kathryn Robinson, Seattle Met, February 2017.
"Hey Ladies! Seattle JazzED's Melba Liston AllStars with Susan Pascal," by Abe Beeson, KNKX 88.5 FM, December 20, 2016.
"Seattle JazzED Debuts First WeBop Classes on the West Coast," by Sara Jones, Earshot Jazz, December 2016.
"GWSS Alum Spotlight," by Laura Marquez, Winter 2016.
"A Plug for Public School Teachers: Race and Music Class at Washington Middle School," by Jen Graves, The Stranger, Spring 2010.
“Great Expectations at Washington Middle School,” by Molly M. Conant, Earshot Jazz, June 2009.
"All that Jazz," by Bob Roseth, University Week, May 15, 2003.
Eclectic Strings Committee Member, American String Teachers Association
Labor of Love: Art and Healing Grant recipient, MLK Labor & Washington State Labor Council
Essentially Ellington Finalist, Seattle JazzED Ellington Ensemble
Jazz Curriculum Officer, Washington Music Educators Association
Washington Area Unit President, Jazz Education Network
Diversity and Inclusion Committee Member, Jazz Education Network
Women in Jazz Committee Member, Jazz Education Network
Director, EBMEA High School Orchestra Festival
Expanding Opportunities to Learn Jazz in Afterschool Taskforce, Jazz at Lincoln Center
Speaker, Central Washington University Women in Jazz Day
Director, Washoe County Middle School Honor Band
Alumni Award, University of Washington
Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies
Eclectic Styles Reading Session Conductor, American String Teachers Association
Jazz at Lincoln Center Band Director Academy Scholarship Recipient
Mentor, Seattle City of Music Career Day
Plenary Speaker, Montana Music Educators Association, Billings, MT
WeBop at Lincoln Center Trained and Certificated Teacher
Lead Writer/Piloter of the Seattle Public Schools Common Curriculum and Assessments in Secondary Music
Senior Thesis of the Year "An Exploration of Women's Jazz: Community Building and Empowerment" (New Girls on the Block), University of Washington Women Studies
"Being a part of the Girls Ellington Project has really inspired me to be a stronger musician as well as a stronger woman –
to not take crap from anyone who says I can't do something and to put all of myself into my music because that's what really makes it music."