Jesse is a Catholic University of America alum & Maryland native. As a an artist, both on and off the stage, Jesse loves empowering others to find joy and abundance in their lives, as well as encouraging creating a trusting relationship with themselves (we know more than we think we do!). On stage, Jesse has been seen across the country with the National tour of "Spamalot" (most namely at the Pantages in LA and the Warner Theater in DC), as well as many regional theaters in the DMV. She most recently served as dance captain, female swing and asst. choreographer to Parker Esse on Arena Stage's 50th Anniversary production of "Fiddler On The Roof". Behind the scenes, Jesse has served as resident choreographer for Centerstage at The Catholic University of America. While a student at CUA, she also choreographed several mainstage musicals for the school of music and 20+ recitals for juniors and senior undergrads. Most recently, Jesse choreographed "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum" at Montgomery College Summer Dinner Theater. Jesse believes that no matter what your level, your background or your circumstances that each and every student has the potential to grow into a seasoned mover and dancer. Nothing brings her more joy than to see that love of movement and the art of storytelling come alive in her fellow artists. Do what you love. Love what you do.