Meet our Office Staff
Meet our Office Staff
Bridgett had an early start to her administrative career, dating back to high school. She began with post-closing and supporting receptionist duties with her stepmom’s title insurance company. Through this experience she learned dedication at a very young age and has continued to expand her skills. The high expectations that came with being the boss’ daughter pushed Bridgett throughout her career to continue working hard and always striving for the best in each new role. Bridgett is excited to be the Office Manager and looking forward to the adventures ahead with Salon de Baile!
If you have questions or need assistance, feel free to contact Bridgett.
Front Desk Administrator
Liz has always had a love for Music & Dance. When the opportunity showed up to be part of the SdeB staff, she jumped onboard. “I love listening to music & seeing how people come together in the Universal Language of Dance. No matter who you are or where you come from, when the music plays we all understand each other.” Liz is bilingual in Spanish, making it an inviting & smooth transition with our spanish speaking clients.
Liz siempre ha amado la Música y el Baile. Cuando apareció la oportunidad de ser parte del personal de SdeB, ella se subió a bordo. “Me encanta escuchar música y ver cómo las personas se unen en el Lenguaje Universal del Baile. No importa quién eres o de dónde vienes, cuando se reproduce la música todos nos entendemos.” Liz es bilingüe en Español, por lo que es una transición atractiva y suave con nuestros clientes que hablan español.
Contact Liz at [email protected]
Marketing/Public Relations Representative
Kimberly started dancing in March 2018 when she went to her first ballroom fitness class with a friend. That summer, she was participating in group instructional classes and by the fall, she had begun private lessons. The self-proclaimed book nerd quickly fell in love with a sport!
Kimberly is always open to sharing how much dance has transformed her life in multiple dimensions. Diagnosed in 2011 with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) and Insulin Resistance, she had to learn to manage a range of symptoms. In 2016, she was diagnosed with anxiety and depression as well.
Since coming to dance at SdeB, Kimberly has changed jobs to reduce stress, used dance as a form of exercise (between lessons, classes, and personal practice she is dancing 8 to 10 hours a week), and has found dancing to be an outlet to deal with her depression and anxiety symptoms. The biggest factor she contributes to her growth is the support she receives from other dancers.
Kimberly is currently taking courses in nutrition in order to enhance her ability to accompany others on their own dance journeys to better health - physically and mentally. The connection she feels with other dancers keeps her motivated to keep moving forward.