Tina Kambour is a choreographer, dancer and educator. For a tenure of three years, from August 2018-August 2021, she will be listed as a candidate on the Roster of Fulbright Specialists, allowing her to be matched with projects designed by host institutions in over 150 locations around the globe. A native of Miami, FL, she lived in New York City for 12 years where she studied, performed and taught before relocating to Oklahoma in 1991. She is a full time faculty member in the Department of Dance at the University of Central Oklahoma. She has choreographed over 40 works for the UCO Kaleidoscope Dance Company as well as setting commissioned work for professional companies, university and high school students. Her choreography has been presented in Mexico, and throughout the U.S. including the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. She received an MA in Dance from Teachers College, Columbia University. She is a Certified Laban/Bartenieff Movement Analyst and a Dynamic Embodiment Somatic Movement Therapist. During the summers, from 1999-2008, Ms. Kambour was a visiting faculty member at the New World School of the Arts in Miami, Florida. In addition to teaching in the U.S., she has also presented workshops in Mexico, Northern Ireland and France. In 2015, she facilitated a Teacher Training workshop in Guatemala City, focusing on the use of imagery in teaching dance. Most recently she presented her work “Saltwaters” at the World Dance Alliance Global Summit in St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada.