Jordan Williams
Jordan starting dancing at three years old and is trained in hip-hop, contemporary, modern, jazz, lyrical, ballet and ballroom. She studied at a variety of studios through Texas, Louisiana and Utah. In high school, she was the choreography officer of her dance company. She spent a brief period of time in Los Angeles, where she had the opportunity to train from professional hip-hop choreographers such as Parris Goebell, Andye J, Tabitha and Napoleon, Kyle Hanagami and Ian Eastwood, to name a few. She recently graduated from the University of Utah, where she was a captain of the ballroom team and founding president of the hip hop company, in Severe Special Education with a minor in Modern Dance. During that time, Jordan participated in a study abroad in Cusco, Peru, where she was able to take classes of many different styles, including bachata and salsa. Jordan has set and choreographed pieces in hip-hop, contemporary, ballroom and jazz for numerous collegiate companies or teams, high school dance companies, drill teams, studios and professional companies around several states, mainly Utah. She also has choreographed for several small dance films.