Kim Nadine Dokes, HIP-HOP INSTRUCTOR,
Kim Nadine Dokes; originally from Geilenkirchen Germany, began her dance training in ballet at the age of 5. Being the daughter of Sergeant Major Anthony and Britta Dokes, she moved all over the world studying and performing other genre's of dance; including jazz, contemporary, and hip hop. She earned her B.F.A in modern dance at Hollins University. Kim has also trained at the Alvin Ailey summer intensive program in NY. She has taught hip hop to students at the American Dance Festival at Duke University and Us Performing Arts camps at Stanford University. After college she moved to California permanently, where she has been performing professionally for companies like PlayStation, McDonalds, Yelp, and on BET's 106&Park. Performing is her true passion and Kim thrives to share all she has learned with young aspiring dancers.