Victoria Junell (Princeton, MA) is a performer, choreographer, and dance teacher. Starting at just two years old, Victoria aspired to be a dancer. She began her training at the Diane Kelly Dance Studios in West Boylston, Massachusetts. After a few years of dancing, she desired more training and experience and was asked to be a part of the elite competition team in which she traveled and competed with for eight years. While being a member of the DKDS competition team, Victoria had several opportunities to take summer training sessions with The Walnut Hill School in Natick, Massachusetts. In 2007, her family packed up and moved to North Carolina where she began her training at the Cary Ballet Conservatory. After a few short years with the Conservatory, Victoria became a teacher's assistant, a member of The 3D Project, The 3D Project's intern, and a student teacher. During her experience with The 3D Project, Victoria was accepted into the Joffrey Jazz and Contemporary Program in New York City for a summer intensive. After graduating high school, she was accepted into the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and the dance department at the university. There she continued her education within the dance field and while being a full time student, Victoria continued to teach. After her first year at UNCG, she decided to graduate early so she could focus more on her teaching and choreographic skills. In the Spring of 2014 at the age of twenty-one, Victoria graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in dance and moved back to the Cary area to continue being a full time teacher and choreographer with the Cary Ballet Conservatory and The 3D Project. She aspires to continue her education and performance training and hopes to someday open her own studio.