Quanice Floyd is the Founder and Director of Arts Administrators of Color Network, a music educator for Montgomery County Public Schools, and a current member of the Commission on the Arts and Humanities. Ms. Floyd has spent the last decade in Washington, DC. Her passion for arts administration led her to pursue her second Master's degree in Arts Management at American University. She is currently a public school music educator where she teaches elementary school general music, chorus, band, and orchestra. She is also the Founder & Director of the Arts Administrators of Color OMV Network, an organization committed to empowering artists and arts administrators by advocating for access, diversity, inclusion, and equity in the arts in the DC and Baltimore metropolitan areas. Ms. Floyd serves as a board member for two DC arts organizations and is an alumnus of the ArtEquity Facilitator Cohort, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's Music Educators Academy, Arts Administrators Academy, and the Arts Education Collaborative Leadership Academy. She is also a certified peace circle keeper. Ms. Floyd is working endlessly towards her goals of becoming an arts education expert and advocate by providing a quality education to DC's underserved student populations by establishing and leading a school dedicated to the arts. As a Ward 6 resident, Ms. Floyd received a Bachelor of Music Education from Howard University, Master of Music in Music Education from Kent State University, and a Master of Arts in Arts Management from American University.