Music Education with vocal emphasis, Deaf Studies minor
Class of Spring 2019
Kaley Wingo knew Lee was the place for her while attending Frontline her senior year of high school. Now in her senior year at Lee, Kaley is active in campus life. She is a member of Phi Eta Sigma honors society, was in Choral Union for five semesters, Ladies of Lee for four semesters, and is in her second semester in Chorale. She is also serving her second year as president of the American Choral Directors Association student chapter. This year Kaley will join Kappa Delta Pi, an international Education Honor Society.
“Lee has taught me how to use my talents and gifts for the glory of God instead of myself,” said Kaley. “Hopefully I can impact my future students as much as my professors at Lee have impacted me.”
While in Ladies of Lee, Kaley traveled to India and served with Rahab’s Rope, an organization that helps women in India avoid, escape, and recover from sex trafficking. When Kaley returned to her hometown of Dacula, Georgia, she continued her service with Rahab’s Rope by working in their distribution center in Gainesville.
Kaley, along with her husband, Alex Wingo, intern at Broad Street United Methodist Church, where they teach music to children. After graduation, Kaley plans to audition for different graduate programs and teach in a low-income school.