Wayne & Marie Crowder
Lee Fulk & Michelle Crowder
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Mark’s professional records include: City of Bradford UK Finalist, Eastern U.S. Rising Star Modern Champions, Southeastern States Ballroom Champions, Rising Star United States Championships finalist, Ohio Star Ball Rising Star Modern Championship finalist, etc.
He has performed and given shows at various dance competitions, stage productions and special events throughout the U.S. He has been on national T.V. Channels 7 & 12 in the New York area and also taught for the Cable network on the Latin Channel. He has taught at many venues in the U.S. and England, and have taught and assisted in numerous Professional Congresses for Professionals in the U.S.
Mark holds a Membership N.A.D.T.A in Standard & Latin - Smooth, Rhythm and Theatre Arts, Licenciate I.S.T.D. Standard & Latin, USA Certified Adjudicator International & American Style, Scrutineer, & Chairman, Certified Adjudicator W.D.S.F - JS 3.0 & Chairman
Mark is currently giving lectures, organizing shows, judging throughout the U.S. Mark operates the Silva Dance Studio and is teaching and coaching the Amatuers and Professional Dancers.
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Inna has participated in competitive ballroom dancing since the age of eight and has held the title of U.S. National Ten Dance Champion multiple times. She has also been ranked as high as ninth in the world. She represented the US in six World Championships. Inna participated as a professional dancer on Season 7 of Dancing with the Stars and was partnered with Ted McGinley. She also served as the choreographer for the Rutgers ballroom team performance on Season 9 of DWTS. She is presently the coach of many U.S. Preteen and Junior National Champions. Inna holds a dual degree in English and Education.
Katya Cooper was born in Russia, where she started her ballroom training at the early age of four . She has competed and won Latin, Standard, and Ten Dance Ballroom events.
Katya came to the United States to further pursue her career as a ballroom instructor/competitor. Katya and her partner Anton Sidorov became Midwest Latin and Standard champions. They also won in the Standard at the United Dancesport Championship 2010, Orlando. They placed 4th in the Smooth at USA National Championships 2013.
In 2013 Katya and Anton made it to the Las Vegas round at America's Got Talent.
Katya began teaching at the age of 14 in Russia.
In 2010 she founded competitive kids’ team Atlanta Elite in Atlanta, GA. Since 2012, her students have placed top three in Nationals Championships.
One of her couples was honored to represent the United States Juvenile Team at Blackpool Dance Competition in 2012 in the UK.
In 2016 Katya opened Ballroom Impact Atlanta dance studio. She currently teaches all ages and skill levels of ballroom dancing.
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Dana is a World DanceSport Federation and USA Dance Adjudicating Official,
Invigilator, Scrutineer as well as, a USA Dance Chairman of Adjudicators, She
has been Chairperson of Adjudicator and Adjudicator for Collegiate competitions
for 24 years. She holds her Licentiate degrees in Ballroom, Rhythm and Theatre
Arts with AIDA and her International Latin and Ballroom license with WDSF, and
Licentiate degrees in International Ballroom and Latin with AIDA and ISTD. She
has passed her conversion exams in Latin and Standard with the WDSF. She
also holds her Smooth and Rhythm degrees through FADS.
She is a retired NDCA Open Professional competitor. She has competed in
International Latin and Standard however, she found her main success as a
NDCA Professional American Smooth and Rising Star American Rhythm
Champion and a Fred Astaire Professional American and Canadian /
American Smooth Champion. Dana has also competed in International Ballroom
and Latin divisions. She has trained her students to achieve much success in the
Am/Am and Pro/Am world including FADS Pro/Am Smooth and Rhythm National
Champions, Top competition students with the NDCA and Youth DanceSport
Latin Syllabus Champions 7 years running at the Arnold Schwarzenegger Sports
Festival. Dana has many Top Teacher Awards from FADS and was the Top
Teacher and Top Studio Arnold Sports Festival.
She worked for Fred Astaire Dance studios for 9 years and manages her own
dance studio called; Invitation To Dance in Hilliard, Ohio since 2001. Dana has
choreographed hundreds of showcase routines and award winning formation
team routines for over 14 years. Dana has also worked on an animated film for
the Walt Disney Films. She is the head coach for the Competitive team for
the DanceSport at OSU.
Dana currently is Co-owner and Organizer of the New World DanceSport, a USA
Dance registered competition in Columbus Ohio. She enjoys Coaching
Choreeographing Showdances and Formations for Amateurs, Pro-Am and
Professionals couples to compete at NDCA and USA Dance competitions. She
also serves on the 2016 – 2022 AIDA National Committee and is the
Editor/Publisher of AIDA’s Topline magazine.
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Stephen Hadley began his professional dance career with the Arthur Murray organization. As a professional competitor, he is a former Championship finalist in both Standard and Latin and represented the United States at the European Cup. He served as Chairman of the Southeastern Regional Dance Board and was a member of the International Dance Board for Arthur Murray, Inc. Steve holds Fellowships with the North American Dance Teachers Association in Standard,Latin, American Smooth, Rhythm and Theater Arts. He has been a proud member of AIDA and currently serves as President. Steve is a WDSF A 3.0 adjudicator and has had the honor to judge the World Youth Latin Championships in addition to many Open Championship events. .
Maja Servé was with her partner Glenn Weiss, 5 times Danish Professional Standard Champion and a finalist in all major championships including the WDC World Championship and the British Open aka Blackpool.
She has coached couples in all styles that have won the USADance National Championship, WDC Professional World Latin Championship, the British Open Youth Standard Championship, British Open Professional Latin Championship, the British Open Senior Standard Championship, US open, British Open aka Blackpool, The International Championship, and the United Kingdom Championship.
Maja is examined to the level of Fellowship. She is honored to have judged many championships worldwide and many national competitions.
In 1998 she got her certification as life-coach by Bob Proctor from “the Secret”. The training she got from Bob Proctor has become a big part of her teaching style and life.
She has a lifelong passion for green living and promotes organic and toxic free products. Her passion for green living inspired pursuit of obtaining her contractor license so she can build regenerable, green, renewable, better than sustainable, homes.
Maja’s training with her “dance father” Benny Tolmeyer taught her the principles that led to her creating the Body School System™. The Body School System is built on Science, Philosophy, Anatomy, Kinesiology, Energy Work, Psychology, Relationship(s), walking and healthy movement. All creating great dancing and taught in a lighthearted, logic and informative manner. The Body School System is available as online and in-person programs and courses.
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Kimberly Smith has been teaching dancing for 40 years and has owned and operated Dr. Dance Studio, Inc. in Birmingham, Alabama for 33 years. Kim has enjoyed a fulfilling career as a professional competitor, pro/am competitor, teacher and currently coaches amateur and professional couples. She holds both Memberships and Fellowships with the North American Dance Teachers Association and Licentiates with The American International Dancers Association (AIDA) formerly the United States Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing. She continues to proudly serve the association on the National Committee as Treasurer. As an adjudicator, Kim is a WDSF A 3.0 AJS adjudicator and has had the honor of judging the WDSF World Sr. I Latin Championships as well as many Open WDSF Championship events. Kim serves as Dancesport consultant to the 2022 World Games Planning Committee and is Co Organizer of Christmas in Dixie Ballroom Challenge.
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Education: Quadruple licentiate/Membership degree USTA American Smooth, American Rhythm, International Standard, International Latin
Dual licentiate/Membership degree ISTD (UK) & USISTD International Standard & Latin Dual licentiate/Membership degree NATD (UK) International Standard & Latin
Ballroom & Latin training from top coaches in South Africa, England, Italy & USA
Judging Experience: South Africa– judged for approximately 10 years including National Championships,
Gold Cup, Prix D ‘Elegance, all Provincial Championships (Judged almost every 2ndweek for about 10 years)
Zimbabwe– judged National Championships & other Championship Comps
USA– USA Dance- Nationals in Baltimore MD , Mid Atlantic Championships MD, Californian Open Dancesport Championships CA
Carolina Fall Classic NC, Georgia Dancesport Competition GA, Triangle Open Dancesport Championships NC, Various Competitions in Hackensack NJ
Various other minor USA Dance Competitions
NDCA - American Star Ball, Fantasy Ball, Eastern Championships, NJ State Championships Various other Championships & smaller Competitions
Qualified & Highly Experienced Championship Adjudicator /Judge [ B ] for WDSF [ License # 10097224 ], USA Dance and NDCA [ currently not registered with NDCA as a judge due to their 2016 ruling
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Katrina is a professional competitor, coach, choreographer and adjudicator and current VP of DanceSport for USA Dance. She danced competitively in Russia for 20 years and represented Russia at international competitions including the 1998 Olympic Asian Games. As an instructor, Katrina has taught children and adults all over the world, including Korea, China, Macau, and Hong Kong. In 2007 she came to United States and opened Volga Dance Academy, the most successful competitive dance program for children in the Southeast. With her focus on fitness, gymnastics, and dance Katrina has developed some of the area’s best junior, adult, and pro/am students. In 2014 she became the organizer for the amateur competition The Volga Cup, which is held each year to promote amateur DanceSport in the USA. Katrina is a WDSF International Adjudicator and USA Dance A+ B+ C+ D+ National Adjudicator.
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- Owner of Todos Dance & Fitness Studio
- Director of American Dancesport Festival
- 2008 Adult Standard World Cup semi finalist
- 2009-2011 Undefeated U.S Adult Standard National Champion
- 2013 United Kingdom Professional Rising star finalists
- 2013 World Professional Standard Semi Finalists
Christine Zona has been teaching and competing in ballroom dance since 1980. She has competed professionally in the International Standard and Latin and the American Ballroom divisions. Christine has also published, through Human Kinetics, a how to dance book, “Gotta Ballroom,” which includes the American style ballroom dances: Waltz, Tango, Foxtrot and Viennese Waltz. Currently, she divides her time coaching and teaching between Pittsburgh, PA and New York City. She is a certified adjudicator with North American Dance Teachers Association and USA Dance. Christine is the International Ballroom dance coach at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA, and is also a visiting coach at various universities. As a member of the Executive Committee in the College Network in USA Dance, she has helped to create programs for college students and plan USA Dance Collegiate Nationals.
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Lee Fox is originally from Georgia but now calls Fort Lauderdale, Florida his home. He is currently the vice-president and examinations chairman of the National Dance Teachers Association of America (NDTA) and has served on the Finance Committee, the Invigilation Committee and the Championship Criteria Committee of the National Dance Council of America (NDCA). He has been teaching Ballroom, Latin, and Disco since 1978, and Country/Western since 1991. He has his licentiate degrees in the International Standard and International Latin Styles, the American Rhythm, and the Theater Arts Style with the United States Imperial Society of the Teachers of Dance (USISTD), a member degree in the American Smooth and Rhythm with the North American Dance teachers Association, and his fellow degrees in the American Smooth and American Rhythm Styles with the National Dance Teachers Association (NDTA). He is registered to adjudicate with USA Dance. A former professional and pro-am ballroom competitor, he has judged many competitions in the United States and abroad including the United States Dancesport Championships (USDC).