Faculty and Staff

Faculty and Staff

Karen Reedy
Karen Reedy, Director
  • Victor Adebusola

    Adjunct Faculty, Dance, CVPA

    Victor Adebusola is a household name for hip-hop in the D.C.-metropolitan area, serving as an established dancer, choreographer, and instructor. Read more...
  • Shaun Boyle D'Arcy

    Professor, CVPA
    Professor, Dance

    Shaun Boyle is a dance practitioner and educator with research interests in classical and contemporary ballet, modern/contemporary dance, and choreographic practice. Read more...
  • Office Manager, School of Dance, CVPA

  • Ethan Brown

    Adjunct Faculty, Dance, CVPA

    Born in New York City, Ethan was the fifth member of his family to dance with American Ballet Theatre. Read more...
  • Lori Clark

    Adjunct Faculty, Dance, CVPA

    Lori Clark is a full-time dancer/choreographer and holds a Masters Degree in Dance from American University. Read more...
  • Christopher d'Amboise

    Professor, School of Dance, CVPA

    He became a principal dancer in the New York City Ballet, where he worked closely with George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins, dancing all the major roles, as well as originating several works.
  • Kelly Crandall d'Amboise

    Adjunct Faculty, Dance, CVPA

    As an Adjunct Faculty Member of Mason's School of Dance, Kelly has taught advanced ballet, gen ed ballet and modern, and Dance Appreciation 101. Read more...
  • Erin Du

    Adjunct Faculty, Dance, CVPA

    Erin Du received her formal ballet training at Princeton Ballet School. In her senior year of high school, Ms. Du was invited by then Artistic Director of American Repertory Ballet, Septime Webre to join ARB. Read more...
  • Jena Hansen-Honeycutt

    Athletic Trainer, Dance, CVPA

    Dr. Jena Hansen-Honeycutt has worked at George Mason University since 2016 as a certified and licensed athletic trainer for the School of Dance. Read more...
  • Kim Harris

    Associate Program Manager, School of Dance, CVPA

    Kimberly Harris has a Bachelor’s of Science in Management from George Mason University. She began her university career in Student Services at Oakland University in Rochester Michigan. Her experience working with the wonderful students at OU ignited her interest in pursuing a career in higher education. She continued her university work in human resources at Wayne State University in Detroit Michigan. After relocating to the D.C. area, Kim came to George Mason University as a Human Resources Assistant in the HR/Payroll office.