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Chelsea Petiford Chelsea Pettiford, originally from Greensboro, North Carolina, began dancing at the age of two years old. She graduated from Alabama State University in 2020 with a Bachelor Fine Arts in Dance, where she studied under <Read More>

Sonya Monts Sonya Monts has taught in the private studio setting for over 20 years. She previously owned and directed her own private studio, The Dancer’s Extension, and was the dance teaching artist for Polk County (NC) Schools. She earned her Bachelor of Arts from Columbia College in South Carolina, and in 2015 earned her Certificate in Dance Education from the National Dance Education Organization. <Read More>

MICHELLE MODREZJEWSKI Michelle Modrzejewski has been a Chicago-based choreographer, performer, and dance educator since 2008. Her work as a commissioned choreographer, freelance performer and company member with Synapse Arts Collective has been presented throughout Chicago, IL, and in Minneapolis, MN. <Read More>

Angie Goss Angie Goss graduated from Sam Houston State University in May of 2019, where she earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance. Angie has studied Pilates, ballet, modern, contemporary, choreography, improvisation, partnering, jazz, and anatomy. Angie is in her second year of teaching Dance at South View High School, and she is an instructor for Carolina Dance Productions <Read More>

Mary Elizabeth Nolan Mary Elizabeth Nolan, originally from Collinsville, VA, worked at The Dance Project, under the direction of Lauren Joyner, while attending the University of North Carolina at Greensboro for her undergraduate studies. <Read More>

La'Tisha Perry La’Tisha Perry, born in Bronx, New York and raised in Atlanta, Georgia began dancing at the age of five training in Tap and Jazz. She made her move to Greensboro, North Carolina in 2007 where she was awarded the opportunity to perform and travel as a Golden Delight Auxiliary twirler and dancer of the Blue & Gold Marching Machine.  <Read More>