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Keiana Moyer started dancing and tumbling at 6 years old. She was a competitive tumbler for six years and competed in dance for ten years. During her ten years of competitive dance she was awarded many special awards and titles. A few being the “go pro” scholarship and the title of LA Dance Magics, “Magic Performer,” She also competed in Wisconsin for the title of “Dancer of The Year.” Keiana was also a part of her high school dance team, and she competed with them as well. While on the team she was awarded NDA All American, and was named a member of the winners circle at the Kansas Spectacular dance team competition. After graduating high school Keiana received a dance scholarship to Avila Universiy, and was a member of the nationally ranked Avila University Glitter Girls Dance Team. During her time on the team the Glitter Girls received 2 top ten finishes, 5 top five finishes at UDA College Nationals, and won the Heart of America Spirit Squad Championships her senior year while she served as a captain of the team. During her four years at Avila University Keiana was also an UDA instructor and traveled the United States teaching dance camps to high school aged dancers. In 2014 she graduated from Avila with a Bachelors in Social Work and a Minor in Dance. She is currently the assistant coach for the Avila Glitter Girls as well as the head coach for the Shawnee Mission West Vikings Dance Team. Keiana began her love of teaching at age 12 when she began assisting classes. She has been teaching/choreographing professionally for 7 years. Keiana’s passion for dance is huge, and her love for teaching and inspiring younger dancers is even bigger. She hopes to share that passion and love with every child that comes to The Premiere Dance & Performing Arts.

Tiffany Miller

Mrs. Tiffany is Co-Owner of The Premiere Dance & Performing Arts.   She has been sharing her love of dance through teaching for 18 years.  Her teaching is versatile and has taught many different styles over the years from ballet, tap, jazz, contemporary, lyrical, hip hop, and tumbling.  She has an appreciation for each style of dance and has won many titles and awards for her choreography. Teaching is her passion and watching her student’s become amazing adults and chase their dreams is the best part. When Mrs. Tiffany is not at the studio she is either working as a Cosmetologist or spending time with her family Brandon, Blake, Reece, Julian, and Bitsy.   

Things that Mrs. Tiffany hopes her students will take with them…

Stand up for what you believe in, Stand up for yourself, Your voice matters, BE RESPECTFUL, If you want something you have to work for it,  DO THE WORK!!, Be Kind,  You will never please everyone but as long as you are doing what is right and doing your best that is what matters, Don’t Give up.  Find a way.  ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE. 

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Elizabeth Brown started dancing at 3 years old and started cheering at 12 years old. She was a competitive dancer for 11 years and a competitive cheerleader for 4 years. During her time as a competitive dancer, she competed for the title of “Dancer of the Year” and was awarded 1st runner up. She also received many showmanship awards. She danced and competed on her high school dance team for 4 years, serving 2 years as captain. During this time she was named a member of the winners circle at the Kansas Spectacular and her team received first place finishes in both hip hop and jazz at “Rally in the Valley” in Wichita, KS. She was also awarded NDA All American at dance camp. During her time as a competitive cheerleader she was awarded UCA All American and “jump master.” Her team won numerous national championships during her time on the team. After high school, Elizabeth went on to dance at Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, MO where she received a dance scholarship. She was a member of the Bearcat Steppers dance team for three years, serving as captain for two of those years where she co-choreographed with other members of the team. The Bearcat Steppers competed at UDA camp where they had 1 top five finish and 2 first place wins and UDA College Nationals where they had 1 top five finish and 6 top ten finishes during her time on the team. The Bearcat Steppers performed at Sporting KC Park during the 2015 and 2016 Division II Football National Championship and the Sioux Falls Arena for the 2016 Division II Basketball National Championship where the Bearcats won three titles. Her senior year she performed as a part of Northwest Dance Company in various different styles such as tap, contemporary, and jazz. During Elizabeth’s time in college, she also choreographed for her high school’s dance team. In 2018, she finished her degree in Medicinal Chemistry. She will continue her education at St. Luke’s College of Health Sciences to receive her BSN. Elizabeth has always had a passion for dance ever since she was little. Her passion for teaching and choreographing started in high school and has continued to grow through her college years. She wants to provide a safe environment for kids of all ages to express themselves through dance. Elizabeth has looked up to both Keiana and Tiffany during her years of dance and is excited to be working alongside them. Elizabeth wants to show these dancers that you can do anything with a little bit of kindness and a whole lot of heart.

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Kansas City native Jeremy Finney has been dancing and spreading the culture of hiphop for over 15 years across the country. Being the founder/director of TigerStyle! Crew & member of Buggin Out Crew, he’s not only battled and made his ways in the ranks of street styles; he’s brought authentic hip hop to the professional and commercial level. Finney’s classes are based through knowledge, culture, and the exploration of individual movement.