Hannah Pascual grew up in Tyler, Texas where she made her high school’s drill team and served as an officer. Post graduation, she took a year off and traveled the Philippines. After her travels, she went to the University of Texas at Tyler where she started her dance education career working for the Northeast Texas Branch of the National Arts in Education nonprofit, Young Audiences. For 4 years she traveled to multiple campuses a day running the dance programs for different elementary, middle and high schools across East Texas.
She’s has taught and led teams from elementary to the college level, and continues to dance herself. Hannah has had 2 seasons as a pro dancer for the Allen Americans Ice Angels, where she served as a captain for the 2021-2022 season and is currently a WNBA dancer for the Dallas Wings 2023-2024 season. Hannah enjoys musical theatre and choreographing. She’s choreographed multiple summer musicals for Tyler Civic Theatre, including Mamma Mia and Rock of Ages. She also choreographed for the Arkansas Tech Golden Girls, Allen Ice Angels & the UT Tyler Patriot Dancers.
Hannah is passionate about the importance of community and providing a nurturing and inspiring atmosphere for her students and team through dance education and is grateful for the honor to lead the fabulous Farmerettes!
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.