Kendra David is from Dripping Springs, Texas where her dance training began at the age of 9. She was involved with her high school drill team and served as First Lieutenant for both her Junior and Senior year. She currently is studying to get her BA in Dance at Texas Tech University with a minor in Business. Kendra has been involved with Chi Tau Epsilon, the dance honor society at Texas Tech University for the past two years while serving as Vice President her Junior year and will be serving as Co-President her senior year. Kendra has also been a part of The University Dance Company and has spent time learning solo work from guest artist Nicole Wolcott, as well as having the opportunity to work with many of the inspiring faculty at Texas Tech University. Kendra taught at a local studio, getting to work with students and share her love of dance. She is a strong advocate for the arts and believes in the power of dance to motivate people of all ages and backgrounds. Kendra worked with the students at The Burkhart Center for Autism Education and Research to observe how movement can inspire others to get out of their comfort zones and have new experiences. She plans to continue her exploration of the arts and dance outside of college by teaching dance with hopes of auditioning for professional companies. In her spare time she likes to decorate her apartment and browse Pinterest for inspiration. Kendra’s creativity and love for the arts always goes back to dance and the pure joy she feels when moving. She is excited to see where dance will take her next.