Meet Our Staff
Dance Program Coordinator
HBCU Lead Instructor
Staci brings over 8 years of HBCU, majorette, pop, jazz, and lyrical experience. Staci began her dance career as a Lionette at Little Rock’s John L McClellan High School. She was placed in the all-state category and earned a spot in the Universal Dance Association Showcase.
After High School, Coach Staci continued her dancing at the collegiate level at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff. She became the only freshman to make the team in the 2013 HBCU M4 Golden Girls Dance Line. She completed four years of dance, and in the last two years, she served as a Captain. She became a member of Tau Beta Sigma Honorary Band Sorority and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
While in college, Staci discovered a love for teaching and compiling choreography for school dance teams and pom-pom squads. Teams such as JA Fair, McClellan, Parkview, and Dollarway High Schools are known for their work with dancers to unleash powerful presence and connection in each moment. She has also judged dance competitions, played Mistress of Ceremony's role, and hosted special dance workshops.
Upon graduation from college with a degree in Business Administration, Staci became AmeriAKA’s Superstars Lead HBCU Instructor in 2018, where she has been such a dedicated Coach. In 2020 she was promoted as the Dance Program Coordinator, which assists the Director.
Staci brings her wisdom, creativity, and technique to this squad of brilliant dancers. She is passionate about empowering beginning and professional dancers to feel no boundaries. Staci is most proud of instilling in her student's beautiful stories while dancing of all of her accomplishments.