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2024 SPMB Instructional Staff

Sergio Arreguin
Coordinator – Southern Pride Drumline

Sergio G. Arreguin serves as the Assistant Director of Bands/Chorus at Statesboro High School. He received his Bachelor of Music degree from Georgia Southern University in Music Education.

During his short career, Arreguin has had many opportunities to showcase his talents. He and his colleagues are featured on a professional recorded performance of Ney Rosauro’s Vibraphone Concerto No. 2 featuring Ney Rosauro, himself. His most memorable performance is performing on The Late Show with David Letterman in New York City alongside country music artist, Elizabeth Cook, and 3 other members of Southern Pride Marching Band. Arreguin performed as a member of Georgia Southern University’s Southern Pride Marching Band where he marched Cymbals and Snare Drum.

In the past, Arreguin has served as the percussion instructor for Georgia Southern University (2015, 2018), Statesboro High School (2013-2015), Toombs County High School (2017), and has taught many percussion groups around Georgia throughout his career. All of his competitive percussion ensembles have received superior ratings at various marching competitions across the state of Georgia.

Arreguin is a member of Georgia Music Educator’s Association and Kappa Kappa Psi. He enjoys playing percussion instruments, fishing, and spending time with his family.

Chloe Auman
Coordinator – Southern Pride Color Guard

Chloe was raised in Rincon, GA and attended Effingham County high school where she participated in the color guard in marching band for four years.

After high school, she attended Georgia Southern University to obtain a Bachelor’s of Science in Interior Design. While at Georgia Southern, she was also the color guard choreographer for Rabun County High school for three years. Chloe has been apart of Southern Pride for the past four years and is excited to continue being apart of this amazing program as the new color guard coordinator.

Gina Jeffords
Coordinator – Majorettes & Feature Twirler

Gina is from Jesup, GA. She studied at Georgia Southern College and has been the majorette coordinator at Georgia Southern for the past 6 years. Gina is also the director of Gina’s Gems performing arts studio for over 38 years. She was selected by Governor Nathan Deal to serve on the Georgia Council for the Arts 4th Term.

Gina was one of the first majorettes at Georgia Southern and has since been awarded 3-time Twirl Mania International Coach of the Year. She has been the National Baton Twirling Assistant Coach and Judge and the Director of the NBTA Georgia State Competition. Gina is also a member of Dance Educators of America and the Professional Dance Teacher Association.

Last updated: 3/18/2024