Madina Agénor has extensive training in classical, modern, and contemporary jazz dance, which she has studied for the past 25 years at Joy of Motion Dance Center in Washington, DC, Brown University in Providence, Broadway Dance Center and Steps on Broadway in New York City, and Jeannette Neill Dance Studio in Boston. She has also studied modern, ballet, hip hop, and West African dance. Madina’s performance and choreography experience includes Wellesley College Dancers, Wellesley College FreeStyle, Brown University’s Fusion Dance Company, New York City-based A.H. Dance Company, Tribe: The Dance Company, and Cambridge Dance Company. Madina has taught jazz classes and workshops to teens and adults at Brookline Academy of Dance and the Z Spot and as part of Rainbow Tribe’s dance workshop series. She credits master jazz teachers Helen Hayes, Sheila Barker, and Joyce King with helping her develop into the jazz dancer and teacher she is today. When she is not dancing, Madina is an Assistant Professor of Social and Behavioral Sciences at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, where she focuses on women’s and LGBTQ health.