Hannah Seidel is an Associate Professor of Dance at Grand Valley State University and a Board member of the National Dance Education Organization and Michigan Dance Council. New York City performance credits include Tiffany Mills, Mariah Maloney, Erica Essner, David Appel, and Gibney Dance with whom she also offered movement workshops to survivors of domestic violence for six years. Hannah has previously served as Lecturer at Purchase College, Education Programs Coordinator for Dance New Amsterdam, and summer intensive teacher at NYU's Tisch School for the Arts and Interlochen Center for the Arts. Her choreography has been seen in venues around New York City, commissioned by the Society for New Music, and presented in regional festivals such as Midwest RAD Fest, Regeneration, and Dance Days of Buffalo. Recent choreography focuses on water awareness in collaboration with musicians from GVSU and the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, new music composers, and the Annis Water Resources Institute. Hannah is currently pursuing study of Dance/Movement Therapy through the 92Y in New York. BA Pomona College; MFA the College at Brockport, SUNY; certifications: Pilates, Autism Movement Therapy.