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Kameica Reid

AfricanAfro-CaribbeanHip Hop

Kameica Reid, renowned Jamaican choreographer, dance performer and instructor, has worked with artists such as Rev Run from Run DMC, Patra, Tarrus Riley, Sizzla, Beenie Man, Wayne Wonder, Tami Chynn, Alaine, Cecile, Elephant Man, Baby Sham, Alicia Keyz, and more. Read more…

Alan Wen

Treasurer & Internal Affairs
Alan Wen is a seasoned finance & accounting professional with more than 10 years’ experience working in three countries—US, Canada and China. He started his career with Ernst & Young in Shanghai, where he focused on cross-border IPOs and progressed his career to be one of the youngest senior managers at EY; Read more…

Hailey Kemp

Creative Ballet

Hailey Brynne Kemp, a native to Washington D.C., is a contemporary professional dancer and choreographer, who has worked with Reggie Wilson, Sarah Michelson, Rebecca Stenn, and Neil Greenberg. She is a graduate of Eugene Lang College: Read more…

Martha Chapman

Ballet Ages 11-13

Martha Chapman is a dancer and dance educator with decades of experience in the studio with dancers of all ages and levels. She believes that dance unites body, mind, and spirit, regardless of student level, and that understanding ballet technique is a tool for dancers in all genres. Martha has been on faculty with Dancewave since 2016, and also teaches at Steps on Broadway and Peridance Center. Read more…

Eboni Carter

DCII Coach

Eboni Carter has been dancing since she was three years old, training at schools around New York City, such as Dancewave. Through Dancewave she has learned the works of artists like Camille A. Brown, Kyle Abraham, Andrea Miller, and Larry Keigwin. Read more…

Phoebe Ballard

Modern Ages 11-13 ○ DCIII Choreographer

Phoebe Ballard is a Brooklyn-based movement artist hustling between different writing, administration, dance-making and teaching engagements throughout NYC and NJ. She is a teaching artist at Dancewave and a guest teaching artist in public schools throughout NYC and NJ- creating, experimenting, and (always) cracking silly jokes to bring each class together. Her choreographic work has been presented at Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, WAXWorks at Triskelion Arts, Read more…