Dana Ingram graduated from Point Park University with a BFA in Dance with a jazz concentration as well as a minor in Art History in 2005. Prior to college Dana studied with such notable educators as Mike Minery, Shelia Barker, Wade Robson and Frank Hatchett. Dana had the opportunity to perform works by famous choreographers including Robert Battle, Bill T. Jones and Doug Bentz.
For the past 13 years, Dana has been teaching and choreographing at numerous studios and colleges. She has worked with a number of children and adolescents ranging in age from 3 to 18, teaching the fundamentals of dance and creative movement expression.
Recently, Dana was the Assistant Choreographer for Al Blackstone for the Broadway cast of "The Lion King" in a piece for Defying Inequality, a Broadway Benefit. Dana continues to dance, choreograph and educate the youth of the dance community.