Always representing The South Bronx, Tweetie is devoted to the street styles of hip-hop. She enjoys traveling all over the world teaching in different countries such as Japan, Poland , China ,The Philippines, Ukraine, Saudi Arabia, Australia and South Africa to name a few. Assisting choreography on shows like “So You Think You Can Dance Canada” with Luther Brown, her passion has lead her to work with top artists like Jay-Z, Fergie, Mya, Shareefa, LL Cool J, Mary J Blige, Ryan Leslie, Shakira and recently Wynter Gordon. She has done NIKE commercials in europe and for iPod as well.
Tweetie has choreographed for Jazmine Sullivan’s latest videos “Holding You Down” and “10 Seconds” as well as Jasmine’s stage show for the Mary J Blige Tour. As a representative/instructor of www.Ladiesofhiphopfestival.com, which celebrates and dedicates preserving and redefining women’s roles in the hip-hop culture, TweetBoogie has also had the opportunity to host an instructional hip-hop dance show called MTV’s “Dances From The Hood” On Demand. As a highlight to her career, 2 of her biggest clients were teaching Gail and Oprah some of the latest hip-hop moves as a guest choreographer on The OPRAH Show. Tweetie currently teaches at Alvin Ailey’s American Dance Theater, Broadway Dance Center and PeriDance Capezio Center.
Mai Le Ho
Mai Le is a French dancer-choreographer who relocated to New York City in 2009. She started to dance jazz at the age of 7 in France. When she was 12 she fell in love with Hip-Hop dance and has been since dedicated to Hip-Hop culture in its broad definition: Dancing (RHAW Dance Company, H4L Crew, Sour Patch Crew), organizing & promoting Hip- Hop events and parties (Juste Debout USA, Ethnik Session, Asiatitude, Survival of the illest), blogging (iLoveThisDance.com), deejaying (Sour Patch, The Lab). Dance wise, she specialized in House Dance and Hip-Hop styles, even though she’s been trained in many other genres such as Popping, Locking, African, Vietnamese traditional dances etc. Emphasizing on the freestyle aspect of Hip-Hop related styles, she’s participated in, won, or judged numerous battles (Cercle Underground, House Dance Conference, NYC Jacks, Second Sundae Philly, The Blueprint, etc.) She has also taught and performed on stage worldwide (France, USA, UK, Vietnam). By using those different assets, she is determined to spread Hip-Hop culture locally and throughout the world and help bring it to higher heights.”
Megan L. Pearson
PUBLIC RELATIONS COORDINATOR
Megan is a unique master of communication with a combined ten years of experience in entertainment, public relations, and volunteerism. She brings an enthusiasm for the field to the Ladies of Hip Hop Team and is eager to put her skills to work for the NYC community and beyond! Among her passions include music, fashion, traveling, and staying honed on the new trends in these areas. Megan often refers to herself as a “quintessential work of art” meaning she is constantly under construction and always willing to expose herself to new industries. She considers the opportunity to work with this esteemed organization the chance if a lifetime and is ready to make a difference in the life of these young women.