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Mrs. Chloé A. Crowley

Chloé Ashley Crowley, a native of Jackson and graduate of Murrah High School, was trained in ballet, modern, and jazz at Power Academic and Performing Arts Complex. She obtained a bachelors degree in economics from Jackson State University while performing in the Sonic Boom of the South marching band as a member and captain of the Prancing J-Settes. After her undergraduate matriculation, Mrs. Crowley obtained a masters degree in dance education from
New York University. Aside from her studies in New York, she choreographed, taught and performed various genres of dance ranging from ballet to East African. In May of 2013, she performed at Radio City Music Hall. 
 
With over 10 years of teaching experience, she recently taught ballet, jazz and cheer at New Hope Christian Preschool and Elementary School in Jackson, MS. As the current director of the Prancing J-Settes, she and current J-Settes were recently featured in an HBCU commercial campaign in conjunction with AT&T featuring recording artist, dancer and singer Ciara. 
 
As a dance educator, Mrs. Crowley feels that her greatest strength is the ability to build positive working relationships with her students. She acknowledges that dance is evolutionary and believes in the continuing development of the dance world and the impact that it plays in society. While teaching, she has epitomized that rare mix of compassion and approach-ability with the potential to set high expectations for her students as dancers and choreographers. Her main goal as an educator is to grow intellectually and professionally with her students. Mrs. Crowley also expects that her strong passion, enthusiasm and respect for the dance profession will positively influence and greatly affect future generation of students.