Danielle Sullivant graduated from San José State University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance. She was awarded “Outstanding Graduating Senior in Dance Performance.” Under the guidance of Raphaël Boumaïla and Gary Masters, she trained in Limón technique and performed suites of José Limón’s works. Ms. Sullivant has also studied Cunningham technique and as part of a student residency program, she performed Doug Varone’s work, in the shelter of the fold, with the Doug Varone and Dancers. The following summer she attended the DOVA Summer Workshop in New York and joined sjDANCEco, a San Jose based modern company, where she is currently a member. She was also part of a Holiday production, Joy, by Tandy Beal where she engaged in various forms of dance and theatrical scenarios. As part of the 2019 Cinequest festival, sjDANCEco made a guest appearance where Ms. Sullivant performed Maria Basile’s duet, Path Reset. She is also a member of Cypher Dance Company, founded by Karina Cervantes, and has performed throughout the bay area showcasing modern, hip hop and improvisational works. She is eager to continue exploring and diving into new artistic endeavors to enrich her movement vocabulary and to share those experiences with her students. She is very excited to share her passion and love for dance and hopes to inspire her students to cultivate and pursue their own dreams.