"Be Wild Be You" New York Campaign
Did you know having insightful confidence helps you reach your goals?
We can actively say 80% of dancers are concerned about their skills and abilities that hold them back from developing their self-image.
We recognize as a NYC community organization, dancers of all ages experience self-esteem issues. We are also aware of how you and others like you are looking for ways to prevent this sensitivity.
The “Be Wild Be You” campaign offers the confidence you are seeking from encouraging mentors, resources to apparel and we believe we can help you achieve the inspiration you need to be successful in everything you do.
Join Our Campaign! Dance is a journey and we believe in resilience, mentoring and teamwork.
HOW TO GET INVOLVED:
Share your dance inspirations with us and inspire dancers just like you!
Become an influencer by simply being your most authentic self : )
Submit Your Story Now!
We want to hear stories of dancers who want to share their experiences, how dance helped them build their self esteem and how their story can inspire others.
Tell us your story!
How has dance helped you to build your self-esteem?
How did you overcome your insecurities, fears or life experiences?
Share your journey!
What statement do you want to share to inspire other dancers?
Do you have a quote or personal mantra you live by?
Tell us what motivates you!
Send us a headshot photo of you + a voice recording stating your full name and your inspirational statement.
Note: After we review all stories we may select dancers to share their stories on video.
Send your completed application (Steps 1-4) to email@example.com
"If you love it, do it! It's as simple as that."
Amanda LaCount is a well known hip hop dancer, actress, choreographer, and influencer. She has been dancing since she was 2 years old. In 2015 she moved from CO to LA to follow her dream of becoming a professional dancer and actress. Some of her most notable performances include dancing with Meghan Trainor on RDMA, dancing on The Ellen Show...
"Never let social media change your view on dance and don’t let it justify your dance value. Sometimes we see dance too much as a job and we forget why we are actually dancing."
My favorite dance experience was dancing behind Mariah Carey for her Christmas concert series. Working with so many talented dancers and Anthony Burrel was a dream and I did not take one moment of that experience for granted...