Alana began dancing at the age of two and hasn’t stopped since. Growing up in South Florida, she has trained in tap, ballet, jazz, pointe, contemporary, and hip hop. Competing for over 15 years, Alana has achieved numerous overall top scores for tap solos, has been awarded Studio Dancer of the Year at Tremaine Convention, placed 1st at Legacy Nationals for her pointe solo, and was awarded the Broadway Bound Award at On Stage America Nationals. She has been a recipient for the Broward County Arts for the Future Scholarship, CoDance Convention Scholarship, and Harlequin Floors Scholarship. She received her Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management and Tourism from Florida State University. As an undergraduate Alana participated as a member of the competitive dance team, Seminole Dance Force, partook in officer roles with the philanthropic organization, Dance Marathon, and helped start up the university’s first tap team as President of Seminole Tap Troupe. While at school, Alana was the 2019 Miss Tallahassee and won preliminary talent at Miss Florida through the Miss America Organization. Currently, Alana is pursuing her Masters in American Dance Studies at Florida State University. Alana has grown from student to choreographer as she has taught dance from preschoolers to adults. Alana is humbled and excited to join the team this year at Wildwood Ballet.