Sarah A. Lozano (she/her) is a Chicago Native who has recently joined the Aurora community. She began her dance career at the early age of 5 attending Kathleen’s Dance Asylum where she trained under Kathleen Katsoudas, Anne Marie Loesch, Brenna Kuhn, & Tanya Kay. Once in college, she began branching out and attending classes at Joel Hall Dance Center and Lou Conte Dance Studio where she became inspired to consider dance as a lifelong career. Sarah later attended Columbia College Chicago where she received her BA in Dance with a focus in Dance Making. There she trained under Dardi McGinley Gallivan, Zineb Chraibi, Colleen Halloran, Jeffrey Hancock, Carrie Hanson, James Payne, & Emily Stein. While in college she taught at a number of Chicago based dance studios. After college she was introduced to the non-for profit arts community where she worked with elementary aged students, administration, and teachers. She strived to inspire educators to bring movement and theater into the classroom through her work in Performing Arts Integration. Sarah continued this work for 10 years while running her own Chicago based dance studio and growing her family. Since moving to Aurora, she has focused on rooting herself in the Aurora Arts community and education circle. Sarah is passionate about continuing her work in arts education while raising her 3 young children with her husband.