Kimberly Mancino, MT-BC, LCAT, is a lecturer and clinical supervisor in the School of Music. She has provided music therapy services to nursing home residents in the Western New York area for over 20 years. She has served as a consultant in public schools, as well as providing music therapy services to preschoolers with disabilities.
Mrs. Mancino has presented on her work throughout Chautauqua County as well as at regional, national and international conferences. Most recently she has been involved in descriptive research of an Intergenerational Music Day Camp which is held summers on the campus of Lutheran Social Services in Jamestown, New York. The Intergenerational Music Day Camp received the 2006 Innovation of the Year Award from the New York Association of Homes and Services for the Aging (NYAHSA). She is a member of the Mid-Atlantic (MAR) Region of the American Music Therapy Association (AMTA). She earned a Bachelor of Music in Music Education (1980) and a Master of Music in Music Education (1985) from SUNY Fredonia.