Originally from Cameroon, West Africa, she trained for more than 13 years in African tribal dances. She has been teaching since the age of 17, and is knowledgeable in jazz, lyrical and children’s combination classes. Some of her dance and choreography credits include Brookhaven College Bears Cheer Squad, Radio Disney AM 620, Alter’d Ego, CNN Fit Nation, Dallas Stars Ice Girls, Texas Legends Dancers, and recording artist J’anelle Avery. She was a character stage dancer for Black Eye Peas during the Super Bowl XLV Halftime Show.
She is the founder and creative director of the Dallas Hip-Hop Dance Festival, owner and master choreographer for Hip Hop Heels, and artistic director of Alter'd Ego. She also produces and stage directs the Face of Africa USA pageants, and is the choreographer for the Sideline Dolls.
Performer. Instructor. Designer. Choreographer. Producer. Director. Entrepreneur. She indeed does this and so much more. If you ask something of her, rarely does she fail to come through. Her faith in God and His faithful mercies see her through everything. The paths she has chosen to travel down may never have any true explanation. However, they have shaped and molded every fiber of her being and for this she is thankful. She possibly cannot imagine living her life any other way, and truly looks forward to the future every day.
“I like to think of myself as an Inspirational Junkie. I live my life everyday to inspire and be inspired.”