Richland College Welcomes Guest Choreographer Kaley Jensen

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Welcome, Richland College Guest Choreographer Kaley Jensen!

Kaley Jensen was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia. She attended Brigham Young University, where she graduated with a major in dance and minor in business. While there, she performed and toured with the Theatre Ballet Company all four years. Kaley has had the privilege of training on scholarship at programs such as the San Francisco Conservatory of Dance and Ballet West, as well as achieving academic and international talent awards at the World Dance Movement in Italy. Last May, Kaley completed her MFA in Dance University of Arizona, where she also deepened her passion for performing, educating, and choreographing.

Since graduating and moving to Dallas with her husband, Kaley has enjoyed freelancing as a performer and teacher with companies such as Contemporary Ballet Dallas, Collin County Ballet Theatre, and Chamberlain Performing Arts. She has also had the privilege of performing and choreographing for the national AGO conference for the last two years. Currently, Kaley dances professionally as a company member with Ballet North Texas. She is also a Ballet Burn and pilates instructor and is completing the Fletcher Pilates Comprehensive Program of Study. Kaley is thrilled to be back in the collegiate setting as a guest choreographer for Richland College this fall.


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