Caitlyn Schrader is a dancer, choreographer, and educator. She received a BA in Dance, Communications Through the Arts, and French from Hobart & William Smith Colleges, and a MS in Education at the University of Rochester. She has since brought her dance moves to Boston, Southern France, and Melbourne, Australia. Before relocating to Boston, Caitlyn was a member of professional dance company, BIODANCE. In Boston she joined dance company EgoArt, Inc, and in 2017 she moved to Australia to study Countertechnique. In addition to dancing for several choreographers between Boston and NYC, her own choreographic works have been presented in New York, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Vermont. Caitlyn has also taught extensively within private and public institutions. In 2019 she established Barn Dance Project (BDP), aimed at presenting professional, high quality, accessible dance works to Central New York to aide in the art revitalization for the community. She is presently pursuing her MFA in Dance at UNCG where she is a Graduate Teaching Associate and Minerva Scholar for the School of Dance.