Whitney Hinson is a North Carolina native where she began her dance training at the age of six in Monroe, NC. She graduated Cum Laude from Western Carolina University with a B.S. in Psychology and a Minor in Dance.
While at WCU, she received a grant from the Honors College, which allowed her to take her piece, "Impetus," and dancers to the American College Dance Festival. She also served as the assistant director for the spring dance concert where her duties included, but were not limited to, the organization of rehearsal schedules/space, collaboration with the Publicity and Film departments for posters and movie trailers to promote the concert, maintenance of choreography in the absence of professors, costuming, presenting her own piece on the main stage, as well as performing.
Whitney began teaching as a Junior in high school at her home dance studio, and has taught children ranging from three to eighteen years of age as well as her peers and adults; beginning to advanced levels. Her teaching credits include: Carolina Dance Company, Forest Hills High School Colorguard, Providence High School Colorguard, Girl Scout University, and ST-ARTS at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, SC.