A Houston native, Kimberly has been dancing since a young age. During her time at Jersey Village High School she served as Junior Lieutenant and Lieutenant Colonel of the Jersey Village Gold Dusters. After graduation from high school, Kimberly attended Texas Tech University where she was heavily involved in campus activities. She served as the Vice President of Foundation for Delta Gamma Fraternity, President of Texas Tech University Dance Company, and Co-Chair of Community Service for Chi Tau Epsilon Dance Honor Society. She was also awarded several dance scholarships during her time at Texas Tech and was honored with the Student Academic Citizenship Award for the College of Performing and Visual Arts in 2012. Kimberly received a B.A. in Dance and a B.S. in History at Texas Tech University before moving to Dallas, Texas to begin her teaching career at Lewisville High School. She served as the Assistant Drill Team Director from 2014-2018 and was awarded the LHS Triad First Year Teacher Award in 2015. In 2018, Kimberly accepted the offer to continue at Lewisville High School as the Head Director of the Farmerettes and the Lewisville High School Dance Department. Currently, Kimberly serves her school community by sitting on the Building Leadership Team and the Superintendent Teacher Council. This is Kimberly's 8th year at Lewisville High School and her 4th as head director of the dance program.
Kimberly enjoys spending time with her fiance, Ryan, reading, and hanging out with her awesome dog, Max.
Ramsey Shobe began her relationship with arts advocacy and dance education at an early age. During middle school, Ramsey studied dance at Lone Star Dance Center and was a member of the highly competitive Energy Dance Company before becoming the Captain of her award-winning high school dance team. After high school, Ramsey joined The World Famous Kilgore College Rangerettes as a 76th line member. While at Kilgore, she was selected to be part of the Swingsters as well as the Kilgore College Dance Department dance company; Industry. She graduated from Texas Woman’s University with a degree in Dance Education in May of 2020. One of Ramsey’s many goals is to make dance accessible to everyone. Active in the dance community, Ramsey is well-versed in jazz, tap, ballet, clogging, hip-hop, contemporary, modern, and more. She has worked with a variety of ages ranging from pre-school to college, both in her home town of Pflugerville and North Dallas. With several solo and team awards behind her, Ramsey’s passions include helping students build strong foundations, exploring movement, choreography, and sharing the love of dance. Ramsey shares her values in the dance and education world by implementing her theories of embodied learning through dance and finds the importance of dance for academic integration as a practitioner, advocate, and artist.