ABOUT / MEET THE TEAM
Sam joined Dance Woking in November 2010 as Executive Producer. She has worked in theatre and dance for over 20 years. Previous roles have included Artistic Director of Swan Dance, Theatre Director of Wycombe Swan, Head of Community and Development for HQ Theatres, and General Manager for Civic Centre Aylesbury. Sam is a Trustee of Aylesbury Community Trust, which she helped to establish. She believes in using dance projects to liberate particularly young people, in terms of their risk taking in a safe and supportive environment and in doing so build confidence in the participants own abilities and how this then impacts in a positive way with the rest of their work and leads to them taking a more positive outlook on life. She has consistently invested in her own personal development and knowledge, contributing to her being an effective leader, networker and partnership builder.
Georgie joined Dance Woking as administrator this January, recently graduating from the University of Surrey in Dance & Culture. with a First Class Honours. Through her time at university and on a placement with English National Ballet, she has worked on a range of school and community dance projects, and is also now teaching herself. She believes in providing the best opportunities for young people to watch and take part in dance activity. Having recently moved to Woking she is looking forward to working here and advocating the work of Dance Woking.
COMMUNITY & OUTREACH COORDINATOR
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PROJECT & MARKETING ASSISTANT
Emily joined Dance Woking as Project and Marketing Assistant in September 2017. Previously she had volunteered with Dance Woking at many of their events and with administration work. Emily graduated from University of Roehampton in 2016 with a First Class Honours Degree in Dance Studies. Since then she has been working as a freelance dance teacher across Surrey and West London, focusing on dance in schools and community projects. Emily is also a dance teacher for Dance Woking, and had worked with schools for the Young Dance Makers Platform and Boys Only Project.