Aggie graduated from California State University at Hayward and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Physical Education/ Dance and a Bachelor of Arts degree in English. She is a credentialed teacher in the state of California. Aggie has performed as featured dancer in numerous dance revues, and as a member of the Olympic Dance Corps, she performed in the Opening Ceremonies for the 1984 Summer Olympic Games in Los Angeles. Aggie has choreographed several local theatrical productions, including They’re Playing Our Song, Mame, The Sound of Music and Bye Bye Birdie, and Kabaret for Kids. Aggie choreographed for the “Shoe Guys” as part of the City of Pleasant Hill’s “Wine, Women and Shoes” event in 2016. She has been awarded top honors for her competition choreography, including the American Dance Achievement Award, and is an adjudicator for regional and national dance competitions. In 2010, a piece of her original choreography was selected from over 100 dances and showcased at a national choreography festival in Palm Desert. Additionally, Aggie has choreographed posing routines for bodybuilders and fitness competitors. Her posing choreography has won international recognition and was featured at the 2000 & 2001 Ms. Olympia in Las Vegas. She has been featured in FLEX and MUSCLE AND FITNESS Magazines for her work with professional bodybuilders, and has been noted for her expertise in the art of stretching and flexibility in BIOMECHANICS Magazine. Aggie has been recognized and quoted for her teaching philosophy in GOLDRUSH, a magazine for dance professionals. She is currently a part-time dance instructor at Carondelet High School. In 1996, Aggie founded Studio A with the philosophy of providing recreational and competitive dance opportunities in an environment which nurtures creativity and promotes the self-esteem of the dancer. Many of her students have continued their love for dance and have gone on to study dance at prestigious colleges such as Boston Conservatory, Cal Arts, Loyola Marymount and Point Park University. Several of her students have gone on to dance professionally on Broadway, Disney, professional cheerleading squads, cruise ships, contemporary dance companies and have become dance instructors themselves.