Kendra Ross is a dancer and teaching artist from Detroit, MI. She started her dance career as a Afro-Cuban folklore dancer with Danys ‘La Mora’ Perez with whom she was an honorary member of the children’s company Adian Mode. She received a BFA from Ailey/Fordham University in Dance where she performed the works of Sean Curran, Alvin Ailey, Nathan Trice, and Jacquline Buglisi. She has worked with Oyu Oro, Andrea E. Woods/ Souloworks, Genesis Dance Company, Vissi Dance Theater, Ase Dance Theater Collective, Ronald K. Brown/Evidence, and Sonic Leroy and Motionsickness with Monstah Black. Kendra is currently a company member of Urban Bush Women and MBDance. Kendra has been teaching dance in the New York public schools since 2007. Kendra has studied many different styles of dance, so her classes focus on understanding the history, cultural contexts, and idiosyncrasies of those various styles while also recognizing the influences from other genres. Kendra specializes in teaching Hip Hop, Afro-Cuban, Pilates, Contemporary dance.