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Ms. Shauna S. Segler hails from a Trailer Park in the Mojave Desert, where she grew up around NASA test flights. Graduating with Honors from California State University, Sacramento, she holds a BA in Theatre Arts & Dance, specializing in Afro-Caribbean and Modern performance. She performed, choreographed, and taught with Sacramento/Black art of Dance, a Dunham based Afro-Caribbean dance company, for five years. Thereafter she continued training in New York City with dance masters including La Mora Perez, Baba Richard Gonzales, nicholasleichterdancecompany, Paul Taylor Dance company, Ailvin Ailey summer program, Mark Morris Dance Company, and Katherine Dunham Seminars. Shauna has trained as an IABD participant and is currently a candidate in the Institute for Dunham Technique Certification. Shauna performed with Afro Caribbean Soul Collective based in Austin, Texas as a singer, dancer and percussionist. She currently teaches Barre, Modern Dance, and Afro Caribbean in the Phoenix Valley area.
Performance clip: On My Way Home.
Shauna received a Master of Arts degree in Deaf and Elementary Education from Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C., currently she teaches deaf middle school STEM students in Mesa, Arizona.
In Manhattan, she served the community as a bilingual certified trainer/technician for Apple, Inc. at West 14th Street, specializing in Desktop Publishing and Social Media. As a classroom teacher, Shauna specializes in bridging Social Justice values with STEM curriculum.
Currently available for guest artist, master classes, choreography and workshops.