Dance Company & School Staff
Specialties: Salsa, Hip Hop
Audrey Guerrero was born in the Dominican Republic and moved to Boston in 2002. By the age of 4, she began training in jazz, hip-hop, and Latin dance, eventually discovering a passion for the Afro-rooted arts. Currently, Audrey continues her training in Afro-Latin dance at Masacote Dance School and Afro Brazilian martial arts at Sinha Capoeira School.
Audrey is proudest of her work at Hyde Square Task Force as the Dance Programs Coordinator. Through dance she is able to coach and mentor immigrant students of color who have a passion for the arts, teach Afro-Latin dance classes for kids in the JP/Roxbury community, and coordinate Learning Through Dance, a program that brings Afro-Latin Dance to Boston Public Schools.
Also the Dance Programs Coordinator for Oshun Women’s Dance Troupe, and a member of MASA2, Audrey brings with her a wealth of knowledge in youth program development, Afro-Latin dance programs, Hip Hop & Capoeira training, and collaborative work environments. She joined the Masacote School Family in 2015.
Contact us (firstname.lastname@example.org) about booking private lessons with Audrey.