Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice
Dollhouse Dance Factory
Dollhouse Dance Factory is the hottest and most elite dance studio to arrive into the greater Jackson area! Dollhouse Dance Factory promotes high self-esteem, determination, persistence, high academic achievement, community involvement and the importance of health in young women through the art of dance. The Dollhouse Dance Factory Jackson opened August 23rd, 2010 and Dollhouse Dance Factory Birmingham opened December 1, 2015.. One of the studio’s main focuses is to provide young women and men with an outlet of well monitored and well rounded activities such as dance and group membership. Dollhouse offers a variety of classes for ages 3-18. With 2 locations and a 3rd on the way we are proud of the productivity of each of our students. Within the Dollhouse a fun and family friendly environment is our goal. We hope to provide excellent customer service to our parents as well as a fun learning environment for all of our students.
Jackson State University
Dianna Williams, is a wife, mother, friend, sister and God fearing woman who has been dancing since the age of four-years-old. Over the years Mrs. Williams has taken a plethora of dance classes including classes with Angie Luke School of Dance. Classes such as Ballet, Ballet Point, Beginner and Advanced Jazz, Modern Dance, Belly Dance, Beginner and Advanced Tap. She was also a member of the Dancing Dolls Drill Team 89-91 & Captain of the California State Dominguez Hills University Cheerleading Squad from 97-98. Mrs. Williams has also built her name as the Instructor/Choreographer of the Dancing Dolls Dance Team in Jackson & Birmingham, and now Atlanta. Mrs. Williams graduated from Jackson State University in May 2005 earning a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice. She is a former Recreation Aide and Dance Instructor for the entire North side of Jackson, Mississippi. Dianna’s greatest achievement in her dance career thus far is the Dancing Dolls team. Dancing Dolls have become a powerhouse organization that not only develop great dance techniques but great leaders and wonderful young entrepreneurs. Mrs. Williams has and continues to teach all of her students the importance of a good education, persistence, determination, great self-esteem, respectable manners and a positive self-worth. Mrs. Dianna’s selfless behavior and endless acts of kindness have made her remarkable and memorable in every way. Because of her personal sacrifices early on so many young dancers now have a voice in a way they never had before. Mrs. Williams has silenced all those who told her she would never make it in this world. With everything Mrs. Williams has accomplished and is still accomplishing she is making a lot of noise in the dance community. Through it all she remains humble, filled with joy and with undeniable perseverance because of God.
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