Josephine Ang received the Bachelor in Music Production and Technology from International College of Music (ICOM) in 2007. Upon graduation, she was active in various audio post-production works including composition, arranging and sound engineering. In 2010, Josephine got acquainted with the Kodály Method and has since found her passion in music education. After completing the Australian Kodály Certificate in Early Childhood and Primary in 2012, she decided to pursue a Masters Degree in Kodály Institute of the Liszt Ferenc Academy, Hungary. Josephine currently holds a lecturer position in UCSI University, Kuala Lumpur, where she teaches Aural Skills and Introduction to Kodály Method to degree students. Besides teaching in the university, Josephine has been invited to conduct professional development trainings in the area of Musicianship Training and Music Education in Malaysia, Indonesia and Australia. Some of her recent workshops include Teacher Training Workshop in Bandung (2018) and Musicianship Training at the Kodály National Conference in Perth (2018). As an educator who is open to innovation and growth, Josephine has presented workshops on “The Effective Use of Technology in Secondary and Tertiary Music Classroom” in Asia Kodály Symposium (2016) in Kaohsiung and Dalcroze International Conference (2017) in Kuala Lumpur, “Classroom Jamming” in International Dalcroze Festival (2018) in Kuala Lumpur.