EDINBURGH, UNITED KINGDOM, April 30, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Denise Stephani, Director of the BYCIA Dance and Mixed Media Company, has been recognized by Cambridge Who's Who for showing dedication, leadership and excellence in entertainment services.
Music and dance have made a huge impact on Ms. Stephani's life both professionally and personally. Throughout her 40-year career first as amateur, then professional, she has worked as a performer, dance director, choreographer, producer, entertainment consultant and educator. She is a survivor of the Apartheid Regime in South Africa; dance was a means of escape from the abuse. She also credits dance for helping her to develop valuable life skills. For the past five years, Ms. Stephani has worked as the director of the BYCIA Dance and Mixed Media Company. She creates educational programs to teach others to use dance as a tool to overcome personal issues. On a daily basis, she is responsible for planning social change projects and conducting educational workshops.
Ms. Stephani's contributions to the dance field have earned her various awards and honors, including the Royal Academy of Dancing Solo Seal Award, International Vision of Top Talent Award, FNB Vita Award and Most Outstanding Dancer recognition. She is affiliated with Foundation of Community Dance, National Dance Teachers Association and Federation for Small Business. As someone who believes in the power of knowledge, she has studied psychology and screenwriting at The University of Edinburgh as well as philosophy, Quantum Science, Personal Development and Healing through other Centres. Ms. Stephani is in the process of publishing her inspiring and uplifting memoirs of Theatre, Charity and Community work in Africa and a Educational Resource book for Children called "Letters to Mandela".
For more information about Denise Stephani, visit http://www.denisestephani.co.uk
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