Aimee Weber Mulkey owner and director of Aimee’s Dance Academy. I have thirty four years of dance training and studied the art of dance at Johanna’s Jazz In Motion for sixteen of those years. During that time I won many dance titles and awards such as, “Choreographer of the Year,” and “Miss American All-Star.” This allowed me to dance at many performances and events throughout the country. Dancing has brought me to Las Vegas, New York, Texas, Florida, and Super Bowls. Read Full Bio
Amanda Ducote has been dancing for 23 years and has taught 6 of those years. She studied jazz, tap, ballet, pointe, and lyrical. She was a member of the Hahnville High School Hi-Steppers for 4 years and served as Co-captain her senior year. She was a part of the American All-Star staff and taught private camps for school dance teams. She has attended various dance conventions and will continue to learn new, exciting dance combinations to share with her students.
Martine Duhe has 18 years of Jazz, Tap, Ballet, Modern, and Gym Training. She has performed in the Macys Thanksgiving Day Parade and six years as an NBA Hornets Honeybee. In addition to performing nationally and internationally for the NBA Jam Van Tour, she has extensive television and radio experience.
Devin McCoy, a New Orleans native, has been working with children and the arts for 11 years. Being a lover of gymnastics, cheerleading, dancing and acting, Devin has always been faithful to the development of young children and himself in the arts. As a teenager he did competitive gymnastics and cheer. During college, where he received his B.A. in Acting from Dillard Universtiy, he also coached gymnastics, cheerleading and cheer tumbling which continued well after graduation. He's had the opportunity to coach at many wonderful gyms and studios (as well as special needs children) where not only did he meet a lot of great athletes and dancers but also gained invaluable knowledge, hands-on experience, and most importantly a great deal of patience. It's those things that Coach Devin hopes to pass on to his students.
Meghan Jennen discovered her love for dance at Xtreme School of Dance where she trained for 15 years. Meghan has been assistant teaching since age 12 and started teaching her own classes at age 15. During the course of her training at XSD Meghan was presented two opportunities to dance with Beyoncé Knowles, one being Super Bowl XLVII, and also in Beyoncé's latest music video "Blow". Meghan's competition choreography has won many high honors including special judges awards, several first place and high point awards, and invitations to New York and Orlando. Meghan is now a sophomore at Southeastern Louisiana University where she is majoring in accounting. She cannot wait to further her career as a dancer, teacher, and mentor.
Emily Randon began her training at the Conservatory of Ballet Aviv and continued on with her intensive dance career by holding a Senior level position in the company. Emily has performed many lead roles in the Nutcracker as Snow Princess, Spanish Princess, Dew Drop Princess and more. Emily has been awarded many talent based scholarships from top ballet institutions such as Cary Conservatory, Belhaven University, the Atlanta Ballet and Jeoffrey Ballet in New York City. In the summer of 2013, Emily earned a spot in Atlanta's Ballet Advanced/Professional Summer Program where she studied under notable principal dancers from all over the world. Continuing on the Summer of 2014 Emily trained in New York City with the Jeoffrey Ballet were she was invited to continue her training on a year round basis. Emily also continued her dance education training during the summer of 2015 when she took ballet classes in Paris at Centre de Danse du Marais. Emily will also be taking on a leadership position with the American Ballet Theatre in Texas this summer. Emily’s love for the art of dance grows everyday as she continues to pass on her knowledge of classical ballet to younger generations.
Coach Zach started his gymnastics training at the age of 7 thru the age of 16 to become a level 10 gymnast at Olympic Warrior Gymnastics in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. He then went on to become a cheerleader in High School before receiving a gymnastics scholarship to Ole Miss in Oxford, Mississippi. He was a cheerleader at Ole Miss for the past 3 years. During those 3 years he was also a gymnastics coach at Pride Athletics where he ran the All Star Cheer Program. Coach Zach will be starting his second season at ADA, and we are very proud to announce that he will be the head cheer coach to ADA’s new competitive cheer team the “Royals.”
Victoria is a dedicated teacher from St. Charles Parish. She has been dancing for over 20 years and has taught numerous students of all ages since 2006. Victoria has studied jazz, tap, ballet, lyrical, modern, hip-hop, and gymnastics. She is a graduate of Destrehan High School where she danced on the Desty Darling dance team and served as Captain her senior year and Lieutenant her junior year. Victoria continued her dance career dancing for two years as a New Orleans Voodoo doll, one year as a New Orleans Honeybee and two years as a New Orleans Pelican dancer.
She has traveled as a performer to multiple states including Disney World, and Taipei, Taiwan. Victoria has appeared on multiple television shows, interviews, and movies including her latest Daddy’s Home. Her passion in dance strives for all of her students to succeed to the best of their ability. Victoria looks forward to starting her second season with ADA.