Tiffanie Carson

Guest Jazz Dance Teacher & Artist


Faculty Member since 2013

Teaching Area:

Jazz Dance


B.F.A., Chapman University, M.F.A., New York University

Professional Highlights

  • Tiffanie Carson is originally from southern California, where she earned her BFA in Dance Performance from Chapman University in 2006. In 2011, she received her MFA in Dance from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. She is currently the Assistant Director for Christopher K. Morgan & Artists (CKM&A) and also acts as a dancer, where she has performed on the Millennium Stage at Kennedy Center and Sidney Harman Hall. Tiffanie has been a dance educator at several dance institutions across the U.S., and has been welcomed as a guest artist at universities and colleges including the University of Hawaii at Hilo and DeSales University. Currently, she teaches at Shenandoah University and numerous studios in Northern Virginia and Maryland, while continuing to dance professionally for CKM&A with Christopher Morgan in D.C. and also as a guest artist at BARE Dance CompaNY with Mike Esperanza in New York City.
Personal Highlights

I have been happily married for two years and my husband and I live with our happy little family of two Samoyed dogs, Emma and Ernie, and our cat, Kitty.