Tiffany Carpenter grew up in Utah where she trained extensively in many genres. At age 19 she moved to L.A. and auditioned for and attained a scholarship for a training program under the direction of Jackie Sleight. While in L.A. Tiffany worked in the dance industry for two years and was hired for jobs such as a Honda commercial, industrials for Reebok, Starter, and Rampage, and dancing for choreographer Mari Windsor for Prince’s Move to the Groove Ball. Eventually Tiffany moved back to Utah where she was hired for an industrial choreographed by Jerry Evans and Derryl Yeager. After working with Derryl, Tiffany became a founding member of his professional company, Odyssey Dance Theater, and performed with them for 7 years. Many opportunities came from this experience including working with Mia Michaels and being hired to do her European tour. Tiffany was also the Artistic Director of The Pointe Performing Arts Academy for 9 years and started the program from the ground up. Tiffany has been teaching for 21 years and has received many awards for her choreography. She loves to teach and has the support of her wonderful husband and three beautiful children.