Kimberly Denise Rabins trained at the California Ballet School, under the direction of Maxine Mahon. By the age of twelve she received scholarships to the world renown, Summer Dance Laboratory in Washington, Stage 7 Dance Co. in San Diego, San Francisco Ballet, the Joffrey Ballet, and was the youngest choreographer to debut her work at the annual “Choreographer’s Concert” for the California Ballet Company (CBC). Kimberly performed with the CBC in such ballets as: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Carmen, Coppelia, La Bayadere, The Nutcracker, a soloist in the 25th Gala performance of Petrushka, Choreographer’s Concerts and annual school recitals. Kimberly’s wide range of talents was portrayed in her college years. She was a member of the San Diego State University (SDSU) dance team, the SDSU Dance Department’s University Dance Co., the Z90/Pepsi Dance Company and choreographed for numerous high school and college dance companies/teams all over the state of California. She received her B.A. in Dance from SDSU, and shortly thereafter became the head choreographer/instructor for their dance team and cheerleading squad. Throughout her time coaching at SDSU, she received her M.A. in Dance with an emphasis in Dance Education from California State University, Long Beach, where she graduated with honors and became a member of both a national and international honors society. Kimberly has performed and choreographed professionally worldwide. Her work has been presented throughout the United States, numerous countries in Europe, Mexico, North Africa and South America. Kimberly’s creations have been commissioned by Verizon Wireless, WETV, 2 by 2. Net, the Community College League of California, WSF World Salsa Federation in Miami, CECUT – Baja California Norte, Mexico, Rosebud Productions in Japan, Irish Salsa Congress in Ireland and the Young Tanzsommer! European Dance Festival. Kimberly has worked with the International Youth Culture and Arts Association, USA, to be a judge for their prestigious Hollywood “Angel Cup” World Championship and International Youth Arts Festival. Kimberly continues to be an ambassador of dance with the International Dance Council, the official organization for dance in the world and recognized by UNESCO. Kimberly is the Chair of the Dance Department at ELAC and the Artistic Director of the Let’s Dance Company.