Kendra Alexander is from the small town of Savannah, Tennessee. Her dance career started at the age of 5 under the training of Brandi Franks. During her years of training, she successfully studied all genres of dance such as ballet, tap, jazz, HipHop, contemporary, musical theatre, and heels. Growing up into the dance convention world, Kendra has won numerous scholarships and awards including two national titles, Elite Protege from The Pulse On Tour and a lifetime Hall of Fame award from Co. Dance from ages 12-18. Kendra also was an assistant to world-renowned choreographers like Brian Friedman, Nick Florez, and Tyce Diorio. Once graduating from Hardin County High School, she went on to receive her Bachelor of Arts degree from The University of Alabama in December of 2017. During this time, she accepted an assistant choreographer job with Emmy-nominated, Gregg Russell, and his company 3D Dance. Kendra now lives in New York City where she is in 2 professional dance companies, one including the FabHabitz family, and an Instructor at FORWARD__Space. She can be seen on CNN Live with Andy Cohen and Anderson Cooper, backup dancing with artists like BIIANCO in LA, or in multiple music videos. Kendra continues her training in New York at Broadway Dance Center and Peridance and enjoys to travel to continue teaching dance and choreographing throughout the United States.