Sami Eismont is a 21-year-old professional dance artist based around Toronto, Ontario. She began her training at a young age and since then has been lucky enough to train and dance at multiple dance companies and ballet schools across the country. Due to her passion, drive and skills as a technician, Samantha has been fortunate enough to have experienced many incredible dance opportunities. She was a faculty assistant at Artists Simply Human Dance Convention, where she was able to assist choreographers such as Dwight Rhoden, Dee Caspary, TOKYO, Lisette Bustamante, Talia Favia, and other notable artists. She was personally invited by Stacey Tookey to attend Camp Protege, a week long dance intensive, where she was able to dance and train under the direct guidance of Stacey Tookey and Jason Parsons. She was also one of the top 10 senior best dancers at The Dance Awards in New York City. Sami's perfectionism and ability to take direction from many different choreographers has allowed her to be a part of many notable performances. She performed at the Capezio A.C.E Awards in New York City and Long Beach, California as well as Hit The Floor in Quebec with Ashley Schofield's Opus Dance Collective. She was also personally invited to perform as part of TOKYOtheCOMPANY in TOKYO'S professional show in Washington, DC. Sami has also been lucky enough to perform in many professional shows within Toronto including Fever After Dark, MIZPAH, and REVOLT, artistically directed and choreographed by Christina Digiuseppe. Most notably she was on the TV show World of Dance as a member of OPUS Dance Collective. Sami has been fortunate enough to be a guest choreographer at CDA's Dance Inc competitive dance camp as well as a guest choreographer during their competitive season. She is excited to continue working with the amazing students at CDA Dance Inc in the future.