Jessica Olinik began her dance journey at the age of 4 in Philadelphia, Pa, and has trained at several distinguished studios/dance companies all over the United States. In high school she had the honor of performing in Disney World, the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, and has won numerous national titles and awards. On the college level, Mrs. Olinik attended University of North Carolina School of the Arts as a Contemporary major and University of the Arts on scholarship studied all genres of dance with legendary teachers. Some of her performance credits include the 76er All-Star Dance Team, cast member of the musical Grease, performed with the artist Pink, she was a principal dancer with Contempradance Theatre & Opus One. Jess has been educating dancers of all ages for over 20 years. Her training allows her to be versatile in most genres of dance providing the highest level of instruction. She has been on faculty at several prestigious dance institutions such as The Rock School for Dance Education, Rock Outreach, Millennium Dance Complex-Philadelphia, Rock School West, University of Delaware-Delaware Dance Fever & several others. Under her guidance, she coaches & motivates dancers to receive numerous convention scholarships/awards, national titles, and outstanding achievements. Her goal as an educator is to enlighten and inspire students in a healthy and positive way. She is also proud of the “Inspire2Inspire” program she developed campaigning is to spread positivity and support to dancers from other studios and build a bridge of inspiration between artists.