Nicole Crowl graduated from Kent State University with a BFA in Dance Performance. She has studied abroad in Bangkok, Thailand twice as Vice President of the student organization, East Meets West, and as a participant in a two-week dance intensive with the School of Toronto Dance Theatre in Ontario, Canada. Nicole has also trained with DIAVOLO| Architecture in Motion® in Los Angeles, California, and at the Ruth Page School of Dance in Chicago, Illinois.

Alongside her dance studies, she served as the President of the Student Dance Education Organization-Kent State Chapter, under the umbrella of the National Dance Education Organization. Nicole has performed at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington D.C. for its National Dance Festival and in Philadelphia, PA for the Women in Dance Leadership Conference. While pursuing her career in New York City, Nicole became a lead instructor and the Assistant Director of Pixie Pods and trained at Steps on Broadway and Broadway Dance Center.

Nicole’s passion for teaching began at the age of 15. She is Acrobatic Arts Certified and has studied and taught various styles including jazz, modern, ballet, contemporary, and tap.