Jenna Wurtzberger is a Minnesota born dancer/choreographer/teacher whose training spans from classical ballet to contemporary jazz. She received her BFA in Dance and BA in Psychology from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas where her choreography was presented locally and internationally. While in Las Vegas, she became a certified Pilates instructor and created choreography for local theatre and dance productions. Wurtzberger has performed across America and globally in Germany, South Korea, and the Caribbean. Her work has been named “Outstanding Choreography” by the Las Vegas Review Journal and has been featured at The Plaza Hotel and Casino on the famous Fremont Strip. She completed her MFA in Dance at Temple University while developing community engagement programs with Pennsylvania Ballet. She has taught at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, Temple University, and Missouri Valley College. Jenna is currently a R.O.A.D. Teaching Artist for Kansas City Ballet and an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Dance at Cottey College.