Jerrica Anderson found her love for dance at the age of 2. She grew up dancing and competing with Rhythm Academy Dance Company in Toccoa, Georgia where she began her teaching career while in high school. She then furthered her education at, Valdosta State University, graduating in 2016 with a Bachelor’s of Fine Arts degree in Dance. During her time at VSU she studied ballet, modern, contemporary, jazz and improvisation as well as Choreography, Kinesiology, Pedagogy, Conditioning for Dancers, and much more. She was a recipient of the Eric Nielsen Family Scholarship, and has performed in numerous concerts with VSU, as well as performed in an adjudicated concert at the American College Dance Association at Emory University in the spring of 2016. She has also performed in the musical, The Wiz, under Eric Nielsen’s direction, and has taken various intensive classes from well-known choreographers. While in Valdosta, Jerrica taught at A Time To Dance Performing Arts Studio and coached gymnastics at Valdosta YMCA where she was trained to coach up to level 4. Her choreography has been performed at VSU’s Emerging Artist Showcase, Project Dance Orlando, and Colquitt Dance Festival. Jerrica became a part of the DC family immediately after graduating college and is currently Furman University’s dance team coach.