Margaret WorsleyMargaret Worsley is keeping the music alive at SBVC. She became full-time Associate Professor of Music at San Bernardino Valley College in 2020 and since has become faculty chair and academic senate vice president. She teaches Applied Clarinet at California State University San Bernardino and is Principal Clarinetist of San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra. Worsley usually plans many of the recitals and concerts held at SBVC, including the first-ever Learn to Sing & Sign Our Alma Mater! Workshop where students had the opportunity to learn the song’s melody, text and sign language.

Worsley also hosts the KVCR show “Musically Speaking” that shines a spotlight on the Inland Empire's classical music scene, connecting fans with musical artists. "We're promoting music by the people and for the people," Worsley said.

She has been an active substitute for the Riverside Philharmonic Orchestra, Redlands Symphony Orchestra, the Fresno Philharmonic, the Las Vegas Philharmonic, and the New World Symphony in Miami; as well as a soloist with the Dana Point Symphony, Corona Symphony, the Cal State Fullerton Wind Symphony, the Cal State San Bernardino Symphonic Band, and the Mt. San Antonio College Wind Ensemble.