Maggie Bouslog

Maggie Bouslog has been dancing for 22 years, and working with kids for 14 years through nannying, teaching dance classes and swim lessons, coaching cheerleading and dance teams, planning and implementing child oriented events and running day camps. Maggie is also an American Red Cross certified Babysitter Training Instructor and also holds up to date American Red Cross certifications for Lifeguarding and Adult and Child CPR, AED and First Aid. Maggie holds a Master's of Art in Dance Education from New York University. She received her Bachelor's of Science in Recreation, Park and Tourism Administration from Western Illinois University in 2010, and while at WIU, Maggie held office, danced and choreographed for the Western Illinois University Dance Theatre. Following WIU she taught ballet, jazz and tap at Main Street Dance Academy in Princeton, Illinois before returning to school. During her time at NYU, Maggie had opportunities to study with Deborah Damast, Douglas Dunn, Claire Porter and Patricia Cohen. Her favorite experience with NYU is being a member of the 2012-2013 Kaleidoscope Dance Company; a community outreach creative dance collaboration between the NYU dance education department and schools throughout New York City and New Jersey. Maggie has also stage managed for Treeline Danceworks and was the Production Assistant for the 2013 American Dance Guild Festival. She also teaches dance classes for the 92nd Street Y Harkness Dance Center.