Meet our Teachers

“A master can tell you what he expects of you. A teacher, though, awakens your own expectations.” – Patricia Neal

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  • Sandra Ranger

    Sandra Ranger began her training at Thomas Dance Studio in Lake Worth, FL. She studied ballet, tap, jazz, acrobatics and point. She attended Florida Atlantic University and continued dancing in the Performance Art and Theatre department. She later expanded her interests in Ballroom and Latin Style dancing and trained under the direction of several National Champions. She became an instructor in these styles and was Awarded Top Teacher in 2005-2007 at Winners Circle National Ballroom Competitions. Her students were also awarded First Place in their divisions. She has choreographed for many charity functions including the esteemed "Dancing with Stars" benefit and continues to instruct others in dance and performances for the community.
  • Kimberly Roczynski

    Kimberly Roczynski holds her State Teaching Certification through Florida's Board of Education in the Subject Area of Dance for Grades K-12. She has directed Dance Programs for Broward County's Magnet Performing Arts Schools, as well as the S.E.A.T. (Student Enrichment through Arts Training) Program. She was awarded the Broward Education Foundation's largest Impact Grant for her Multicultural Workshops in Elementary School Dance. Kimberly recently completed original choreographic and educational work for Miami Dade College's Dance and Theatre Departments. Kimberly is a Graduate of Boston University, where she trained in the Dance Theatre Program. She has taught and choreographed performance pieces in the following dance styles: Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Modern, Lyrical, Contemporary, Liturgical, Musical Theater, Multicultural, Hip Hop, Step, Acrobatics, Cheer, and Ballroom.
  • Julie Callea

    Julie Callea was born into a Dancing family. She began her studies at age 5 in South Florida and in NYC at the Broadway Dance Center. Julie spent 4 years dancing with the Miami City Ballet, performing in the Nutcracker, Dancing at Walt Disney World and showcasing her talents throughout Palm Beach County at various performances and competitions. A well rounded performer, Julie has recorded for Radio Disney and has recently starred in a music video for Astari Nite. Julie has worked with top choreographers such as SYTYCD's Mia Michaels, Tyce Diorio, Chris Judd, Laurieanne Gibson, Wade Robson, Shane Sparks, and Brian Friedman. Julie has spent the last 10 years teaching in South Florida and Fort Hood, TX. She takes great pride in her student’s successes and achievements, but Julie’s true joy is to inspire her students to find the same love and passion for the arts that she has.
  • Christina Ingraham

    Christina’s Dance Card is always full. Christina cha-chaed her way onto the KemKids team in 2014. Originally from Indiana, Christina studied all facets of dance but fell in love with Ballroom & Latin Dancing! After moving to South Florida in 2004, Christina has been teaching student’s young and old how to glide across the dance floor. Teaching is her passion and seeing her students learn and grow is what she loves to do.
  • Mica Maynard

    Mica Maynard, a Dance and Cheerleading Instructor from South Florida, has danced and cheered for over 19 years. Mica has danced Ballet, Jazz, Hip Hop, Lyrical, and Modern. After many years of training, she has taught Cheerleading, Pom Squad, Ballet, Lyrical, Jazz, Hip Hop and Acrobatics for KemKids Dance Studio and several other Universities and Middle Schools in Florida. She has also spent 6 years teaching dance at John F. Kennedy Middle School and traveling to statewide performances and competitions. She is also a new mother and hopes that her little bundle of joy will also dance in the future.
  • Myriam Abeger

    Myriam Abeger, Dancer, Choreographer and Dance instructor. She was born in Paris and raised in Reunion Island, France. She began dancing at the age of 6 in ballet, lyrical, tap, jazz and contemporary. In 1997, she received a diploma from the Minister of Culture in Paris after 2 years of study to become a dance instructor. She opened her own dance school in Reunion Island and has been operating the studio for 20 years. She has choreographed many shows including a show for L’ Oreal. She taught in Aventura, FL at the Lycée Franco-Américain in 2005 and in Australia from 2010 to 2013. She moved to Jensen Beach , FL and continues to travel for dance lessons, both for her enjoyment and to continue improving her technique. She has a passion for dancing and loves most to teach and share her passion with children, which is why she joined KemKids Dance Studio.
  • Kim Miller

    Kimberly Scozzaro began her dancing career at a very young age in Illinois. In high school she developed a very strong passion for the art of dance. While attending college in Massachusetts, Kimberly participated in the dance ensemble and was the captain of the dance team leading her team to nationals in Disney. After graduating college with a degree in Elementary Education, Kimberly attempted to find a home in the education world teaching at a local public school, but after a year, realized dance was something she could not live without. She has been teaching various styles of dance including lyrical, jazz, pom, and contemporary for the past two years. Kimberly recently made Florida her home and this is her first year with KemKids Dance Studio. She loves coming to work everyday where she is able to share her excitement and passion for dance with her students. She is so proud of each and every one of her amazing dancers!
  • Hope Powell

    Hope Powell began dancing at the age of 2. She studied ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical, modern, tumbling, acro and hip hop. Hope has been a competitive dancer since the age of 4 and continued competing this past year as a freshmen in college. In January 2015 the FGCU E’Gals went to nationals in Orlando and for the 1st time ever, they made it to the finals and came in 8th in the Nation. During Hope’s years at Seminole Ridge High School, she worked at her dance studio assisting in classes and working the front desk. She soon began choreographing and teaching her own classes. Hope was also on the Hawks Football Cheer Squad and advanced dance classes during school. Hope learned ASL Sign Language and incorporated that into a dance routine for the competitive girls at Dance Obsession. Hope’s dream is to own her own studio one day and continue teaching her passion for dance to children.
  • Sheena Ramos

    Musically inclined and for her love of music, Sheena Ramos began her dance lessons at the tender age of 6, pointing her toes to ballet, moving to jazz beats and tapping away. She then branched out into the world of hip hop dancing. Envisioning her goals as a dancer, Sheena’s passion for music and dance allowed her to successfully continue to present days. At the age of 11, she began a new journey into the world of hip hop dancing, performing in local parades and shows. Seeking challenges, Sheena met Sean Green, owner and choreographer of Sean’s Dance Factory in 2004. While in college at the University of Florida she was a part of the hottest female Hip Hop dance group and returning to Palm Beach became a member of the newest and creative dance show, "Loud Live." Sheena’s motto is “live life to the fullest”, reaching out to others by doing what the Creator has called her to do.
  • Rochelle Williams

    Rochelle Williams is double majored in Dance and Children's Musical Theatre. She has been classically trained in ballet and other various forms of dance including tap, jazz, contemporary, lyrical and hip hop since she was 2 years old. She is currently pursuing her Associates degree at Palm Beach State College with hopes of continuing her education at Florida Atlantic University in the future. Through theatre and dance Rochelle has had the privilege of performing throughout all of Palm Beach County on stage and back stage. Rochelle's passion is teaching, encouraging, and helping kids reach their full potential focusing on technique and flexibility. She looks forward to a fun filled future, full of learning and growth.