Jennifer Huffman Adjunct Professor

Jennifer Huffman

Jennifer Huffman (Modern, Choreography) is from the small town of Festus, Missouri. She attended Webster University in St. Louis where she received a BFA in dance and was awarded the Edward Chase Garvey Memorial Scholarship for three consecutive years. While at Webster, she performed with the Webster University Dance Theatre and choreographed and taught at Motion Express Dance Studio. As a professional, Huffman has performed with such distinguished groups as David Dorfman’s Dance Out of Seasons, Les Grands Ballet Canadiens de Montreal’s and Neglia Ballet Artists The Nutcracker, The Slaughter Project, Paul Taylor 2 in Esplanade, Move directed by Tanya Shea and Natasha Jansen, and was an apprentice with Inside Chicago Dance Company for one season. Huffman has been a member of Lehrer dance in Buffalo for two years. She currently teaches at Neglia Conservatory of Ballet and Darlene Ceglia’s Dance Project.