Kaitlin Boudreau

Kaitlin began dancing at the age of three at The Dance Workshop in Easton, Massachusetts. She danced there for five years taking tap, jazz, and ballet classes. She then moved to Embrace the Arts School of Music and Dance in Bridgewater, Massachusetts where she studied tap, ballet, modern, and jazz. Kaitlin joined the competition team at Embrace the Arts in 2009 and competed for five years. She began student teaching ballet, tap, and creative movement in 2010, which led to teaching acrobatics classes on her own. Prior to joining the dance competition team Kaitlin did two years of competitive cheerleading and coached for one season. In 2018 she began teaching at The Dance Academy in Fall River, MA. There she taught creative movement and all of the young dancer's classes, along with all levels of tap, jazz, and acrobatics. She also worked setting work with the Spindle City Ballet for their annual Nutcracker performance. Kaitlin has her Associate’s degree in General Studies from Bristol Community College and her Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in Social Welfare from Bridgewater State University. She is currently studying for her Master's degree in Elementary Education to also be a school teacher.