Caroline Fermin received her MFA in choreography from Wilson College and her BFA from The Juilliard School. Caroline is a founding member of Gallim Dance where she toured and performed nationally and internationally while also serving as Education Director. She has freelanced as a professional dancer for over a decade. As a teaching artist, Caroline has partnered with institutions such as Juilliard, New York City Center, and The Orchestra of Saint Luke’s. She served as Director of Culture for Dancewave in Brooklyn. Caroline choreographs and collaborates regularly with musicians, actors, and directors, and her work has been shown nationally and internationally. She has also founded and participated in various mutual aid projects around the world focused on how art can unite diverse communities. Caroline currently teaches classical modern and improvisation at Barnard College/Columbia University and Marymount Manhattan College, and consults with organizations on the intersection of education, dance, community engagement.