President, Ambassador and Mentor
Britt Stewart, a Colorado native, is an artist, educator, choreographer, dance arts supporter and advocate. Britt’s career spans many years of training and performances across film, tv and live performances including worldwide tours. She got her start in the entrainment industry as a principal dancer in all three of Disney’s original High School Musical movies. Some her other movie credits include the remake of Fame, No Strings Attached, and Disney Channel’s Teen Beach Movie. Her performance credits expanded into television with prime time Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist, ABC’s The Little Mermaid Live, and BET’s Hit The Floor. She has danced behind recording artists like Janet Jackson, the Jonas Brothers, Bebe Rexah, Demi Lovato, Rihanna, and was one of Katy Perry’s back-up dancers for three years on her Prismatic World Tour and Super Bowl halftime performance. She was recently promoted to a Pro on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars as the First Black Female Pro in 29 season. Making history after five seasons as a Troupe member and performing in 2 of DWTS Live Tours. Britt has been a dance educator in many different platforms nationally. She specializes in Jazz, Commercial Latin Ballroom and preparing aspiring dancers for a career in a commercial dance career. Having worked for a number of years as an Associate Choreographer for Kenny Ortega, Chase Benz, Tony Testa, Will Loftis and many others. Her current work as Lead Choreographer can be seen on the series finale of How To Get Away With Murder, the 2020 Dancing With The Stars Live Tour, and Regent Cruise Lines featured shows on their new ship, The Splendor, inaugural launch February 2020.
Her passion on the dance floor is also evident in her outreach and volunteer efforts. Britt previously served on the Programs Committee for American Dance Movement where she focused on expanding opportunities to blend dance programs and special youth initiatives. Britt is dedicated to dance education, maintaining high standards and representation that honors diversity, inclusion and representation.