Our People

  • Rosa (Andie) Vasquez

    Andie has always been passionate about dance. Along with cheer and gymnastics, she has been dancing since she was a young girl. “Working with kids is something I enjoy very much… to be able to combine the two, is amazing!”

    Teaching Artist

  • Eric Bird

    Eric started dancing salsa and swing in 2006 and quickly decided that dance was for him. He went on to join the prestigious BYU Ballroom dance company and earn a minor in ballroom dance. Eric has extensive experience in the American and International styles, both socially and competitively. In 2017 Eric opened EBB Dance where he teaches all styles of partner dance.

    Teaching Artist

  • Frances Rodriguez

    Frances is originally from Brooklyn, New York and has been dancing for over 20 years. She has a deep-seated passion for music, dance, and teaching.

    Teaching Artist

  • Tim Gilbert

    Originally a Yankee from Chicago Illinois, Tim is now a naturalized and proud citizen of Texas. He lives in Carrollton, Texas with his wife Donna and they have two grown sons that live in the Metroplex. Tim has had a career in music and has taught Choir in the public schools.

    Teaching Artist

  • Jenny Degelia

    Jenny fell in love with the Dancing Classrooms program in 2016 when she joined as a Teaching Artist. She is a full-time Realtor at Ebby Halliday Realtors, and though she only has time to teach a few Dancing Classroom classes per semester, she is proud to donate $100 to Dancing Classrooms North Texas for every home she sells.

    Teaching Artist

  • Autumn Hyun

    Autumn’s first artistic endeavor was dancing from when she was 6-10 years old. Now, she designs costumes for theatre and film. She is excited to help children unlock their full potential as individuals who will learn to respect themselves and others!

    Teaching Artist

  • TAGG BERTRAND

    Tagg is a Dancer, Choreographer, and Entertainer that has been apart of the performing arts industry for over 20 years. She helps other performers hone their strengths and better articulate their craft by creating an encouraging environment for them to excel. Tagg believes an artist should create the opportunity for self-expression and present personal enlightenment that can be shared share throughout the world.