Kendra Alexander was born in the small town of Savannah, Tennessee, to Kenneth and Marty Alexander. Kendra’s career started with dancing at age 5 under the training of Brandi Franks. During this training she learned from all genres of dance such as ballet, tap, jazz, contemporary, and hip hop. Growing up in the dance convention world, Kendra has won numerous amounts of scholarships and awards including national titles such as Elite Protégé from The Pulse On Tour and Apprentice from Co. Dance from ages 12-18. Kendra also was Brian Friedman’s assistant and got to learn the original choreography of Britney Spears’s Til the World Ends music video. She also worked with choreographer Tyce Diorio on America’s Got Talent. Once graduating from Hardin County High School, she went on to receive her Bachelor’s degree in dance from The University of Alabama in December of 2017. During this time she accepted a choreographer/assistant job with Emmy-nominated choreographer Gregg Russell and his company, 3D Dance. Kendra now lives in New York City to take her artistry and professional career to the next level. She is a part of the Long2 jazz/contemporary company, and has happily accepted a company position in the Fabhabitz dance company as well in New York City.