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Kate Collier was born and raised in Newcastle, Australia. Starting her dance career at just two, Kate trained with celebrated ballet teacher Maria Walton Mahon and tap dance legend Les Griffith.
After wonderful performance opportunities on television, stage, including the 2000 Sydney Olympics Opening Ceremony, Kate opened her own dance studio so she could share her passion for dance. Kate has 28 years of teaching and performance coordination experience in a diverse range of environments including curriculum development for Elementary School and Pre-K Dance Programs, Bridal expos, Fashion Parades, Flash mobs and First Dance Choreography just to name a few.
Kate also has a Bachelors’ Degree in Nursing, with a post graduate degree in Anaesthetics and Recovery
Kate joined Tiny Tutus Australia in 2017 as our Teacher Co-coordinator and lead of Special Projects. Kate has extensive experience in mentoring and has supported our Tiny Tutus teachers to achieve outstanding results through the correct delivery of our curriculum. She is also the National Co-coordinator in Australia for Tiny Tutus much loved Daddy Daughter Dance.
Now based in Orlando, Kate leads Tiny Tutus US team as the primary contact for studio owners for mentoring and program support.
Tiny Tutus valued Teacher State Coordinator Bronwyn is located on the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria.
Bronwyn writes Tiny Tutus class curriculum, selects, trains and coordinates our beautiful Tiny Tutus teachers in VIC, NT, WA, QLD and SA. Bron also is one of our very popular teaches teaching at our Mount Eliza, Mornington and Brighton Studios.
Bronwyn grew up in Newcastle, NSW and was taught by Tessa Maunder. At 16 years of age she relocated to Melbourne and attend the Australian Ballet School. Upon completing her 3 year course she was selected for the Australian Ballet and toured throughout Australia and overseas until she retired at the end of 1999.
Bron is a proud Mum of 2 beautiful boys and has been part of Tiny Tutus family since 2013.