Our Team

Natasha Alhadeff-Jones, MA, CMA
Steering Committee Member and Education Consultant

Natasha Alhadeff-Jones holds a Masters in Dance Education from Teachers College, Columbia University and is a Certified Movement Analyst from the Laban/Bartenieff Institute of Movement Studies. She has taught all ages, from children to the elderly, in the fields of dance, environmental science, and health education, in public and private schools, and with non-profit organizations in the U.S.A. and Switzerland. As a contributor to the NYC DOE Blueprint for Teaching and Learning in the Arts: Dance and in her role as Manager of School Programs at NYC Ballet, she facilitated professional development for teachers and administrators. As a dance educator at Collège du Léman and the Swiss Regional Lead of the Juilliard-Nord Anglia Performing Arts Programme, she designed unique curricular programs and mentored other dance teachers. Currently, at Sunkhronos Institute’s MAPS Lab, she is developing place-based artistic and educational workshops. Serving as a Global Water Dances site leader since 2011 in New York City and Geneva has provided Natasha with meaningful opportunities to bring together all of her passions: building community and raising awareness of environmental issues through the universal language of movement and the transformative medium of site-specific dance. More of her work http://www.sunkhronos.org/

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