Gerren Mobley, a native of South Florida, began studying dance at the age of three, becoming a very serious young dancer training in ballet, tap, jazz, modern, lyrical, hip-hop, and acrobatics at "Palm Beach School of the Arts". In 1996 he moved to NC and continued training intensely with the Cary Ballet Conservatory. Gerren has attended many master classes, workshops and summer intensive training programs working with some of the dance world's most respected professionals including former principal dancer of the Joffrey Ballet Jerry Satinoff, Miami City Ballet director, Edward Villella and North Carolina's own Gene Medler. He still continues to train with some of nation's finest dancers and choreographers, frequently visiting Broadway Dance Center in New York City and various dance conventions across the East Coast. Over his pre-professional and professional career, he has performed in the Opening Ceremonies of the Special Olympics, Miami City Ballet's Nutcracker and Carolina Ballet's Carmen, danced and choreographed for the NCSU Modern Dance Company, performed at the American College Dance Festival's Gala, and as a lead dancer in the Cary Ballet Company. He continues to perform with Code FAD. A graduate of North Carolina State University's College of Management and Campbell's School of Law, Gerren was integral to the development of Cary Ballet's premier jazz company 'The 3D Project'. Gerren looks forward to choreographing new and exciting works for Cary Ballet in the future.