J'Mya Brown has been dancing since the age of three and trained at an early age in many different dance styles. J'Mya earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Organizational Leadership and a minor in Dance from Temple University, where she also served as a two-year captain and a choreographer on the Temple Diamond Gems Dance Team. During her time with the program, she helped lead the team to win its highest rank as 4th place in the national championships. She has studied and taught jazz, pom, hip-hop, ballet, and lyrical/contemporary to competitive level students through the collegiate level. She was also a competitive dancer herself, winning many prestigious titles, awards, and scholarships from notable competitions and conventions. During this time, very esteemed artists such as Chris Judd, Brian Friedman, Debbie Allen, and Mia Michaels awarded her several scholarships. She has trained under notable choreographers such as Brian Friedman, Tricia Miranda, Travis Wall, Shane Sparks, Tabitha and Napoleon D'Umo, Frank Gatson, Kevin, Marcel Wilson, and Mandy Moore. Also, students and professionals have performed J'Mya's choreography, and she has extensive experience instructing and coaching dancers of all ages in hip hop, jazz, tap, and modern/contemporary styles. J'Mya continues to thrive in the dance industry. When J'Mya is not working on her own creative projects, she travels teaching master classes, choreographing, cleaning routines, or judging competitions. She is currently a teacher at the award-winning Thrive Dance, Cheer, and Tumble Studio in Evansville, Indiana. J'Mya hopes that her love and passion for dance will inspire others to pursue their dreams as well.