Gianna was born and raised in the Bay Area and has been involved in dance and musical theatre from a young age. She is passionate about spreading love to others in her community through art and entertainment. Gianna is currently

Emily Wanserski has worked with cultural nonprofits, for-profit entertainment entities, higher education institutions, and multiple public agencies. With 10+ years of experience in LA's creative economy, she collaborates with entrepreneurs and artists to bring light to immediate action items that

A San Diego native, Chavia Blankenship relationship with dance was initiated in high school at Chula Vista High’s School of Creative and Performing Arts, while he was pursuing art. Chavia quickly found himself immersed in the San Diego community, where

Imani is our Human Resources consultant. She was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, and attended Penn State University and Rutgers University studying Quantitative Psychology and Sociology. She has deep spikes in People Operations, culture building, and connecting teams in

Sanna Rafalovich is originally from foggy San Francisco, California and loves calling sunny Los Angeles her home. She graduated from UCLA with a Degree in Business Economics and a Minor in Accounting, after which she worked at Deloitte auditing financial

Chelsea Sutton is a writer and director who has worked closely with arts and cultural nonprofits in marketing, development, grant writing, and education for 10+ years. She has worked for Rogue Artists Ensemble, Invertigo Dance Theatre, the Lisa Smith Wengler Center

Bradford is an interdisciplinary artist, educator and cultural innovator whose public practice has spawned projects and programs in Austin, Chicago and Los Angeles. Most recently, K. launched The Qosmos Projects - a post-drag performance spectacle and an LGBTQIA+ youth

Laura Karlin is the Founder and Artistic Director of Invertigo Dance Theatre, a teacher, choreographer, and movement activist. Since establishing Invertigo in 2007, Laura has created over 40 pieces for the company, including eight full evening-length works. Her work for