The Summit Dance Fund Gallery
SDF Fundraisers and Scholarship Winners
Click on the photo gallery below to view SDF Scholarship winners and fundraisers in action!
SDF Scholarship winners take class with master teacher Christian Vincent at LA Dance Magic in Denver, CO.
SDF Scholarship winners Natalie Cuadrado and Kaelin Kaczka take class at Broadway Dance Center in New York, NY.
SDF Scholarship winner Kiera Martin-Williams at the Colorado Ballet Summer Intensive in Denver, CO.
SDF Fundraisers Bailee Campbell and Jordan Brewer gift wrap at the Silverthorne Outlets in Silverthorne, CO.
SDF Scholarship winner Bailee Campbell teaches dance in Tailand.
SDF Scholarship winner Katarina Jackman attends CU Boulder in Boulder, CO as a dance major.
Everyone helps put together SDF fundraising packets!
Megan Kidd, Meaghan Flannigan, Ellie Browne, Kaydence Murphy and Kaelin Kaczka strike a pose while selling ads for the SDF program advertising fundraiser in Frisco, CO.
SDF scholarship winners take a lunch break at LADM in Denver, CO.
SDF Scholarship winners in class at the NYCDA dance convention in Denver, CO.
Where are they now?

​Kiera Martin Williams
Scholarship recieved for:
Colorado Ballet Summer Intensive (Denver, CO) 2013
The 2015 season will be Keira's 3rd season dancing with the Colorado Ballet Academy. She has had the privilege to be part of the Colorado Ballet's Company production of the Nutcracker and Dracula in 2014. The summer of 2015 she spent training with both the Joffrey Ballet and Bolshoi Ballet as part of their summer intensive program. Her current schedule is 6 hours a week of ballet and 90 minutes each for modern and jazz weekly. She is thriving and truly lives to dance. This little ballerina has come out of her shy shell! Thank you SDF for your support and encouragement and the part you've played in her life.

Bailee Campbell
Scholarship recieved for:
Summer Internship Program at Broadway Dance Center (NY, NY) 2011
Bailee Campbell is a performer, choreographer, teacher, and visual artist. Bailee has a diverse movement background including modern, ballet, jazz, improvisation, hip-hop, tap and yoga. She graduated as a BFA in dance at California State University, Long Beach, as a scholarship recipient. In college she has trained under faculty Rebecca Lemme and Keith Johnson and has performed works by Rebecca Bryant. She was also chosen to perform works by special guests Sarah Swenson and Kim Davis at CSULB.
Bailee has participated and performed in Summer Internships at Broadway Dance Center as a dancer and singer, and Ririe Woodburry Dance Company. She has been featured as a movement artist and video perfomer with California State University, Long Beach and a dancer for PAC Modern and Disney. As a dance advocate, Bailee has brought her love for dance to underprivledged people around the world, from inner-city youth in LA, to Bangkok as a commissioned choreographer adn teacher for When Justice and Peace Kiss and as a movement workshop teacher for The Well, an organization for women transitioning out of the sex trafficing industry.

Natalie Vinyard Houx
Scholarship recieved for:
Southern Utah University Dance Department (Cedar City, UT) 2009
Natalie Vinyard-Houx grew up in the small mountain town of Frisco, Colorado. She started her training in dance at the age of two at Rocky Mountain Dance Academy where she studied ballet, tap, modern, jazz and hip-hop. Her first year and a half of college was spent at Southern Utah University as a Dance major, while at SUU she took master classes from the Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company. After transferring to Colorado State University in the spring of 2011 she started her studies with faculty such as Judy Bejarano, Chung-Fu Chang, Jane Slusarski-Harris, Sayaka Karasugi-Ruggles, Lisa Morgan, and Carol Roderick. At CSU she was also able to take master classes taught by the Ailey II Company, Shih Kun-Chen, Joan Lazarus, Gabe Masson, Pilobolus, Richard Wacko, and Yunyu Wang. She was able to perform in character dances from the ballet Swan Lake staged by Richard Wacko, Associate Professor at the University of Utah and in Anna Sokolow’s ROOMS in the section, Daydream restaged by Yunyu Wang, Professor at the Taipei National University of the Arts. Natalie has also created many choreographic works of her own at CSU, one of which was chosen for performance in the Dance Division’s main stage concert. Natalie recently graduated from Colorado State University in May 2014 and is currently in her third season with Avatar Movement Dance Company and plans to attend Naropa University to study dance therapy.