Who We Are
Integrity Dance Arts is dedicated to bringing quality dance education to McKinney and the surrounding areas. Our team of educators have worked hand in hand together, to provide exceptional training and dance education.
Bianca Rebello holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Dallas Baptist University. Bianca was a member of the McKinney North High School NorthStars Drill Team for 4 years, serving as Lieutenant and Captain. After high school she was a scholarship recipient in the Dance Department at Collin College and a member of the Collin Dance Ensemble before joining Dallas Dance Company under the direction of Michelle Davis and, later, Kiyomi Mercadante. She has performed choreography by Melissa Bjork, Elledanceworks, Lesley Snelson, and jhon r. stronks. Bianca has over 12 years of teaching and directing experience throughout the DFW area. Bianca is currently a member of Full Circle Dance under the direction of Tiffanee Arnold. Click here to find out more information about Full Circle Dance.
Shelley O'Donnell had a passion for dance and gymnastics at a young age. She started as a competitive gymnast and had the opportunity to attend training camps at the world-famous Karolyi training facility. She switched gears and started taking more dance classes as her interest in dance grew. After dancing as an officer on her high school drill team, she attended Navarro Junior College where she was an officer on the junior college dance team. She followed her passion and studied dance at the University of North Texas where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Dance. While there, she performed in many performances and was also a member of Chi Tau Epsilon, a dance honor society. Shelley had the privilege of her choreography being chosen to be seen at the American College Dance festival where it received top honors. She has had the opportunity to work with many top dance instructors, traveled to New York to train with the Limon Dance Company and studied ballet with David Taylor Dance Theater in Colorado. Shelley has worked for American Dance/Drill Team and American Cheer Power/Dance. She continues to choreograph and judge for drill teams in the Dallas area. She has managed top studios in Dallas in addition to owning her own studio before starting her family. Shelley is passionate about helping her students find their individual joy in the expression of dance.
ARTISTIC BALLET DIRECTOR
Anna Ward received her earliest dance training from Frank and Irina Pal in her hometown of Wichita Falls, TX. Ms. Ward was a scholarship student with Neubert Ballet at Carnegie Hall, New York City and at the Harvard Summer Dance Center. She was a choreographer and a performer as a young student. While living in New York City, she studied with Istvan Robosky and Peter Nelson. She had modern dance training at the Murray Louis/Alwin Nikolias Dance Lab.
Upon returning to Texas, Ms. Ward began her advanced study with Mme. Nathalie Krassovska in Dallas. She choreographed and performed in many ballets for the Krassovska Ballet Jeunesse of Dallas. For many years she directed the children’s program at Krassovska School of Classical Russian Ballet and also taught and choreographed for three years at City Ballet Dallas.
Ms. Ward performed in the musical TEXAS as the Lead Flame under direction of Neil Hess. Along with dancing principle roles with the Ballet Jeunesse she also performed with North Texas area companies such as Irving Ballet, Ballet Met, Dance Fusion, Allen Civic Ballet and others. She enjoyed six seasons with the Dallas opera as a featured dancer.
Anna Ward’s choreography has been set on many Texas ballet companies such as Allen Civic Ballet, Ballet for the 21st Century, The Woodlands Festival Ballet, Galveston Ballet and Irving Ballet. She has twice participated in the Southwest Regional Choreography Conference. She held the position of Artistic Director for Galveston Ballet from 2005 until 2010. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Emerson College in Boston and a Texas teaching certificate from Dallas Baptist University.
Ms. Ward was recently honored by being named Artistic Advisor for the Ballet Foundation for the 21st Century, located in Dallas, TX. Ms. Ward was commissioned to teach at the prestigious Salzburg International Ballet Academy in Austria for the summer of 2008. In the summer of 2009 Ms. Ward traveled to New York’s Long Lake Performing Arts Center to choreograph several original ballets. In June of 2010 Galveston Ballet was invited to tour Norway to perform Ms. Ward’s choreography.
She is part of a network of international faculty for Salzburg International Ballet Academy (SIBA) and European Dance Arts Salzburg (EDAS). She continues to pursue the creation of her original ballets.
Katie Sullivan started training in classical, street, and broadway tap from a very young age and continued studying dance while attending Eastfield College. She has attended advanced Tap training led by nationally known teachers and performed at various festivals and events in DFW. After moving to Georgia at the age of 18, Katie taught dance and began choreographing and leading competition teams for several years. After moving back to Texas, she has taught Tap and Hip Hop for the past 7 years in McKinney. As a certified fitness instructor, Katie has been teaching Zumba and Cardio dance for over 10 years. She truly has a passion for helping others and teaching to all ages.
JAZZ, LYRICAL/CONTEMPORARY, BALLET & TECHNIQUE INSTRUCTOR
Hanna Jordan has grown up in the dance community since she was 3 years old and has always been inspired by dance as an art form. With this strong connection to Modern dance she chose to attend Texas Woman’s University and earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Dance along with a Secondary Teaching Certification.
While at TWU she performed in many adjudicated concerts, including “Dance Up Close” and “Dance 208” and also choreographed her own work. Before starting at TWU she was at Collin College for two years, and was an active member of Collin Dance Ensemble. Being a part of CDE allowed Hanna to participate in dance residencies with Elledanceworks Dance Company, Cheryl Chaddick Dance Theater and Artist Jhon R Stronks. With CDE she had the opportunity to attend the American College Dance Festival in 2009 and 2010, where she participated in master classes and performed in adjudicated concerts. She also contributed in the student choreographers’ showcase in 2010 held by CDE, where she choreographed and performed in her own piece.
Hanna began teaching in high school during dance clinics and as a Senior Dance Officer of The Colony High School Topcat’s dance team. After high school she began teaching master classes of many styles of dance for fitness camps, and then started her experience teaching in a studio atmosphere. She has over 10 years of experience teaching a wide range of styles for recreational and competitive dance. She is also member of Full Circle Dance.
Hanna aspires to encourage students to their full potential and provide them with a supportive dance education where they can freely express themselves.
HAYWARD (COACH HAY) JOHNSON
HIP HOP INSTRUCTOR
Hayward is a street hip-hop dancer raised in Dallas, TX. For as long as he could walk, he was dancing and performing. Inspired by pop icons like Prince and Michael Jackson, he started teaching himself how to pop, groove, wave, krump, and animate. In high school, he founded his own hip-hop club called, Abstract Motion, which kicked off his love for choreography. In college, he became a leading officer and choreographer for Texas Tech’s first hip-hop dance organization called, “Dancers With Soul: Hip-Hop Team.” With DWS, he performed in TTU men’s and women’s basketball half-time shows, club concerts, community events, and was even the opening act for the famous rapper/hip-hop artist, Wale. Hayward can also be found freestyling in Todrick Hall’s music video, “Haterz” and tv show, “Todrick”. Although performing was his first love, giving back to the community quickly topped it when he started teaching dance at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Lubbock, TX. As his passion for teaching grew, he decided to accept the offer to teach and choreograph for Olympic figure skaters at the Dallas Star. Upon returning home, he also revived Abstract Motion in the school that his mother teaches at. He newly created Abstract Motion to be an after school dance program that aims to teach youth about the arts and developing good moral character. Today, Hayward is venturing into the dance studio realm to teach students all around the area the heart and soul of hip-hop dance. He aims to inspire all youth to have fun, break molds, and love the skin they’re in.
Hip Hop, Tap, Contemporary/Lyrical, Combo Classes, Jazz & Drill Prep Instructor
Aubrey Seidel possesses a lifelong love for dance. At the age of two, Aubrey began dancing at her local studio and quickly realized her passion for performance. This would lead her to participate in many local theatre events, recitals, and dance competitions throughout her life. In high school, Aubrey was a member of the Flower Mound High School Rosettes Drill Team where she served as a social officer. Her time on drill team allowed her to dance in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City, perform in Los Angeles, and compete in major competitions across the state of Texas. She was also selected for specialized teams within her drill team, including Jazz, Hip-Hop, and Lyrical. As an adult, Aubrey auditioned and was selected for The Texas Legends Dance Team where she got her first taste of being a professional dancer. After that, Aubrey moved on to attend Austin Community College where she trained in modern dance. During this time she also discovered the joy of aerial arts and cabaret style dance through her local studio.
In 2013, Aubrey’s husband’s military orders took them to Alaska where she served as a competitive dance instructor for 3 years. It was in this role that Aubrey discovered her love for teaching. Aubrey’s husband received orders again in 2016 to Georgia where Aubrey served as a competitive instructor for 1 year. In both of these teaching roles, Aubrey’s coaching and choreography was awarded numerous times at competition. However, her proudest accomplishments as an instructor were when she was able to connect with her students, watch them improve over time, and witness their joy and confidence flourish.
Aubrey is now the mother of two precious little girls and the proud wife of a police officer. She considers her family to be her greatest gift in life, and she is grateful for their support in returning to teaching as well as pursuing a bachelor’s degree in education. In addition to dancing, Aubrey loves hiking, eating good food, and making people laugh. She is thrilled to be apart of the Integrity Dance Arts team, and she cannot wait to share her love and knowledge of dance with everyone.
ALONDRA PUENTES GALLEGOS
Alondra Puentes Gallegos is an Indigenous performance artist, educator, and choreographer born in Heroica Matamoros Tamaulipas, Mexico based in Dallas, TX. She holds a BA in Dance Studies from Texas Woman’s University and is currently pursuing her Master of Fine Arts in Dance and certification in Dance Management from Saint Mary’s College of California. She is a performing company member for the award-winning dance theatre company: the Danielle Georgiou Dance Group (DGDG). She has performed at The Dallas Cowboys Thanksgiving Halftime Show, Ro2 Art Gallery, Denton's Day of the Dead Festival, Artist Enclave: Day of the Dance 3, Texas Storytelling Festival, AURORA Dallas, Virtual Undermain Theatre, Theatre Three, and The Kessler Theater. Additionally, she is a teacher for Anita N. Martinez Ballet Folklorico where she serves as the Ballet Instructor for the academy and the professional companies. Alondra has facilitated a Master Class at Texas Woman’s University, an Indigenous Dance Workshop at Undermain Theatre, and has taught for various local studios including after-school educational programs. Her work has been seen at Eastfield College, Texas Woman's University, Best of Fringe Festival, The Latinx Contemporary Dance Festival, The Mobile Dance Film Festival and the Aimed Dance Summer Festival Concert at Lamar University. In April 2022 she made her Assistant Choreographer debut for the world premiere of Stede Bonnet: A Pirate Musical at Theatre Three and is excited for what the future holds! She is thrilled to join the team at Integrity Dance Arts!
BALLET, CONTEMPORARY INSTRUCTOR
FOUNDER OF BALLET PROGRAM
Jamey Clarkson trained with the Allen Conservatory of Dance for eighteen years with a focus on Russian ballet technique. She received her foundation in formal modern dance training at Collin College and in 2012, Jamey received a Bachelor of Arts in Dance with a minor in Business Administration from Texas Woman’s University.
She is a certified ballet teacher in Cecchetti Grade 1 and all levels of Progressing Ballet Technique. Jamey has 9 years experience as a dance educator, with a focus on Ballet, and Contemporary. She has also created many award-winning competition dance works over the years. More recently, Jamey was the Ballet Director for McKinney Dance Studio, during which time, she created a ballet curriculum and implemented ballet syllabus work for the department. She was also the assistant artistic director over the Dance Studio Network’s production of The Nutcracker from the premier in 2017 to 2018.
As a professional dancer, Jamey has performed with Festival Ballet of North Central Texas in their production of The Nutcracker. Currently, Jamey is a company member in Full Circle Dance, a contemporary modern dance company, under Tiffanee Arnold. She has also performed in various contemporary and classical productions across North Texas including Sleeping Beauty, Coppelia, and Cinderella.
Jamey is excited to be a part of Integrity Dance Arts and hopes to ignite a passion for ballet in all of the dancers who enter her classroom.