Amelia Brame is originally a native of Southern Utah, although she has lived the past ten years in various places around the "South." After graduating from Brigham Young University in 2008 with her BA in Dance, she and her husband moved to Houston, TX for him to be able to attend graduate school at Rice University. During her time there she taught in multiple studios, taught a full-time dance program at a Title One public high school, taught at various dance education conferences and danced professionally with Collective Sound Cloggers. A move to Mississippi in 2014 brought an interesting challenge as dance education is sparse in that area. She took a job combining Music and Movement at Bowmar Avenue Elementary School, as well as founded an adult modern dance company, Propulsion Dance. During this time, she also attended University of North Carolina-Greensboro to complete her Masters in Dance Education. After a move to Virginia in 2017, Amelia has found joy in teaching dance classes to middle school students at Jefferson Houston K-8 school and creative dance to little ones at Local Motion Project. She is an active member of the National Dance Education Organization and loves to present when she is able. In her spare time, she is a mom to her favorite four-year old, runs a photography business, trains for running races, and enjoys adventuring around the DC area.