Mrs. Jeannine Ford

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Jeannine Ford has been the director of color guards at The Tarpon Springs High School Leadership Conservatory for the Arts for the past twenty years. Her responsibilities include directing the marching band color guard as well as the WGI World Class Winter Guard and A Class  programs. The Tarpon Springs Color Guard  has received many district, regional, and national accolades. In 2014, the Tarpon Springs World Guard was crowned  the WGI Scholastic World Champions in 2014 and again most recently in  2016.

In addition to her responsibilities at Tarpon Springs High School, Mrs. Ford has designed and choreographed for many color guards throughout the band and drum corps idioms.  Mrs. Ford is one of the most successful guard directors and technicians in the United States. In 2002, Jeannine had the distinct honor to choreograph the visual ensemble for The Opening Ceremonies for the FIFA World Cup Soccer Games in Daejeon Metropolitan City, South Korea. Most recently she was asked to be a part of a design team who will be creating  a production at Disney Japan this coming fall.

Jeannine attended Fresno State University, where she majored in dance and minored in theatre. She has been a performer in many dance troupes as well as a performing member in The DCI World Champions Cadets of Bergen County, and WGI World Champions Emerald Marquis. In 2005, Jeannine was selected as choreographer and colorguard director for The Bands of America Rose Bowl Honor Band and again in 2009.

In addition to her responsibilities  at the Conservatory, Jeannine is the  office manager for Inspire Music and Entertainment Productions. Where she collaborates with band programs  all across the United States and parts of Asia.

Jeannine has been married to husband Kevin since 1995 and is the proud mother of two beautiful daughters, Madison Riele and Brooklyn Avery.

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