Kylie Williams was born and raised in Simi Valley, California. She began dancing at the age of 3 and joined a competition team at the age of 6, training in jazz, lyrical, hip hop, tap, ballet, and pointe. As she grew older, she started assisting classes. This is when she discovered her passion for dance had changed into a passion for inspiring young dancers to become the best they can be. After 15 years of training under choreographers such as Jennifer Mumford, Brigid Lohoff, Ryan Lohoff, and Jennifer Currier, Kylie became a teacher in the start of her senior year. This same year, she was awarded Tremaine Studio Dancer of the Year for 2011-2012. After graduating from Moorpark High School, Kylie continued teaching, but also went to college to study Child Development. In 2016, she graduated with a double major: Behavioral Science and Sociology, with plans of eventually becoming a nurse. During the last 5 years, she choreographed numerous competition and recreational dances ranging from jazz, lyrical, musical theater, and hip hop. Kylie strives to teach kids not only how to dance, but the importance of being a good teammate and taking pride in oneself. Because of her love of kids, she found her self currently working at Rainbow Preschool in Moorpark. Kylie is so excited to join the Innovation faculty.