Wayne and Marie Crowder
Daniel Boman and Tiffany Bouquet
WDSF -A+, B+, C+, D+, E+
Kimberly Smith has been teaching dancing for 43 years and has owned and operated Dr. Dance Studio, Inc. in Birmingham, Alabama for 36 years. She has enjoyed a fulfilling career as a professional competitor, pro/am competitor, teacher and currently coaches amateur and professional couples. Kimberly 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 certified adjudicator and has had the honor of judging the 2022 IWGA World Games Standard & Latin, WDSF Sr. I World Latin Championships, as well as many Open WDSF Championship events. Kim serves the WDSF as a member of the Sports Event Planning and Promotion Committee and is Co-Organizer of Christmas in Dixie Ballroom Challenge.
WDSF - A+, B+, C+, D+, E+
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.
WDSF A+, B+, C+, D+, E+
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.
Patricia, a dancesport ambassador, believes in promoting dancesport with integrity through her role as a WDSF Adjudicator, WDSF Chairperson and WDSF Scrutineer. She volunteers as a member of WDSF board and chair of committees. She is also passionate in giving back to the dancesport community and has in the past four years been invited to act as the general meeting minutes secretary. In addition to being a past champion in Adult Standard and Ten Dance, Patricia also holds a Masters degree, the professional accounting designation of Chartered Professional Accountant and advanced certification in music and ballet.
Patricia is an experienced adjudicator who is frequently appointed to adjudicate significant WDSF competitions including several World Standard and Latin Championships of various age groups, WDSF World Smooth Championship, WDSF Grand Slams in Standard and Latin and WDSF Grand Slams Finals.
Phil’s passion of dancing has enabled him to achieve his goal of becoming a WDSF Chairperson, WDSF Adjudicator, WDSF PD Adjudicator, National Championship Chair of Adjudicators and National Championship Adjudicator in both International and American styles, and a Certified Scrutineer. Phil regularly adjudicates major WDSF championships including world championships and various national championships. He enjoys coaching competitive dancers from novice to championship levels and new talents. In addition, Phil is an examiner for new dance professionals.
Phil also has an aspiration outside of dancing where he holds a Business degree in Finance, a Masters degree and a CPA (Chartered Professional Accountant) designation.
Dana is a USA Dance Chairperson, Invigilator and adjudicating official as well as, an Adjudicator with the WDSF.
She holds Licentiate degrees in Standard, Latin, Smooth, Rhythm and Theatre Arts with the American International Dancers Association and Licentiate degrees in International Standard and Latin with Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing and the World DanceSport Federation.
She is a retired NDCA Open Professional American Smooth and Rising Star American Rhythm Champion and a Fred Astaire Professional American and Canadian / American Smooth Champion. 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 FADS, USA DANCE, NDCA and Youth DanceSport 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.
Smooth/Standard Workshops and Private Lessons
Max Sinitsa started dancing at the age of 8 in Kiev, Ukraine. Both his father and mother are professional dancers in different styles of dance. Between the ages of 8-10, Max studied ballet and after 10 he began to explore competitive ballroom dancing, in both Latin and International Standard styles.
After moving to the United States in 1993, Max began to study the American Smooth style of ballroom. He won the United States Amateur National Championship in 2000, 2001 and 2002 in Smooth, and then once again returned to the International Standard style. In 2011, he returned to the American Smooth style he dominated as an amateur, this time as a professional, and has since been a World and U.S. finalist since.
Latin Workshop and Private Lessons