Danielle Hambrick has been dancing in Southern California since the age of four and danced competitively for 16 years. Danielle has been highly trained in ballet, jazz, lyrical, contemporary, musical theater, and technique, but has also dabbled in other styles such as hip hop, ballroom, and tap. At the age of 12, she started assisting award-winning choreographer Michelle Richey at various high schools, dance studios, competitions, and conventions, including KAR convention, around the United States. Danielle has also assisted Industry Dance Awards Choreographer of the Year nominee, Karame Adesko, while finishing her studio training at Dance Precisions. Danielle began teaching when she started college in 2011, and graduated from Cal State Fullerton in 2016 with her B.S. in Child and Adolescent Development. During her time in college, Danielle was a member of the esteemed dance team for two consecutive years and was a dedicated member of Sigma Kappa Sorority for the following three. Danielle has also taught and choreographed on her own at various high schools and studios in Southern California. Danielle’s passion for dance is undeniable and she loves to bring out her creativity and vision through choreography. She also loves children and aspires to teach Deaf children in an elementary setting. When Danielle begins her teaching career, she hopes to continue teaching and choreographing for Hart Academy.