Ann Doyle


Ann Doyle directs Internet2's Arts and Humanities Initiatives. Her accomplishments include working with campuses across the U.S. and internationally to produce master classes and performance events enabled by high-speed networking, including serving as executive producer of the two largest collaborations in the performing arts over Internet2. Ann has been a keynote speaker at Europe's TERENA Networking conference, Ireland's HEAnet's annual conference, Italy's GARR annual conference, the International Council of Fine Arts Deans, the National Association of Schools of Music in the U.S., and numerous campuses interested in the application of Internet2 in performing arts and humanities education. Ann has a Master's degree in Higher Education Administration from the University of Michigan. She is also known in the greater Detroit metropolitan area for her career as a singer/songwriter and recording artist.


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