Faculty Profile Megan Minturn

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    Megan Minturn

    Megan Minturn

    School at Peridance Faculty

    Biography:

    Megan Minturn loves sharing her passion for movement. She has worked with the Charles Ahovissi's African Culture Connection performing and teaching West African dance, the ARTery teaching Dancing Classrooms ballroom dance to 5th graders, and the Little Red School House summer program. She also participated in a Kennedy Center funded Teaching Artist Initiative teaching contemporary dance. Megan studied dance in Senegal, NY, Omaha, Colorado, and most recently, Cuba. She holds a BA in Philosophy from Fordham University with a Minor in African and French Major Studies. She is also a registered yoga teacher. Currently, she is pursuing a Masters in Dance Education at New York University.