Jamie RohannaJamie has been teaching dance for over 25 years. She was the owner and director of Rohanna Dance Productions in Annapolis, Maryland from 2003-2013 and The Rohanna Movement in Morgantown, WV since August 2015. She has a degree in education and is a member of Dance Educators of America.
Prior to relocating to West Virginia in 2014 she spent many years as a competitive judge and choreographer as well as bringing home the National Title for her studio in both 2008 and 2012. Specializing in tap, she has traveled the United States in order to study tap technique under icons such as Charles Kelley, Brenda Bufalino, Savion Glover and Mike Minery. Jamie Rohanna is a dedicated teacher committed to helping students believe in themselves, achieve their personal goals and pursue their passion for dance.
Taylor has been dancing for over 15 years with an emphasis on technique and experience as a competitive dancer. She attends West Virginia University where she is majoring in dance and along with taking multiple dance classes in various styles of dance, she auditions for university and community performances and attends master classes with renowned instructors.
Originally from Newark, Delaware, Taylor has a passion for inspiring youth through dance. She even started a dance team at her high school while she was still a student. She has volunteered her time to perform within her community and teach dance classes to children who otherwise may not have access to a dance studio. When she isn’t dancing or teaching, Taylor loves spending time with her dog, Jax.
Jena WashingtonJena has been a dancer at The Rohanna Movement for the past four years and captain of the Senior Competition Team for the past three years where she has competed group dances as well as a soloist. Her most memorable competition team moment was winning the Supreme Studio award last year at Extreme Talent Nationals.
Jena is originally from Alabama and graduated in May 2019 from Morgantown High School. She is currently studying to become a Pharmacy Technician.