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MFA in Dance Choreography and Performance - Mills College, Oakland, CA

BS Industrial Engineering - California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA where she was also a member and officer of Orchesis Dance Company

AS Engineering Science - Modesto Junior College, Modesto, CA where she also danced with Contemporary Dance Collective

Sandra “Sandi” Scheuber has been dancing and creating work for decades. Her choreography has been selected for LA Dance Festival, sjDANCEco ChoreoProjects, Joe Goode’s Virtual Open House, SpectorDance Virtual Choreographers Showcases, DVDance Company’s Collective Artists, Nhan Ho Project’s Images of Dance, Mills College Dance Alumni, and others. She was selected as a Project Tier Choreographer for Regional Dance America’s National Choreography Intensive where she was mentored by Stephanie Martinez and for The Ballet Alliance’s Summer Dance Project where she was mentored by Amy Seiwert.

She has set work on dance companies, colleges (including SRJC), high schools, and studio dancers. She enjoys being an ambassador for dance and sharing her passion with other dance lovers. She attends oodles of dance performances each year and is a season ticket holder of SF Ballet, Sacramento Ballet, Smuin Ballet, Pacific Northwest Ballet, and Cal Performances dance series.

She served as choreographic mentor for the Dance Repertory Vision Series for a decade. She has taught high school dance, master classes, and at many American College Dance Association (ACDA) conferences. She serves as Board Member for the West Region and has served as Secretary and Membership Chair of the California Dance Education Association. She has an MFA in Dance Choreography & Performance from Mills College.

A performing highlight was to dance in Jose Limon’s “The Winged” and “Missa Brevis” with sjDANCEco. She also performed with and choreographed for many local companies. With NewGround Theatre Dance Company, she had the opportunity to perform at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland. She attends American Dance Festival annually and continues to take weekly dance classes. During the pandemic, she began to dabble in creating dance films.

She recently retired from a career as a business systems analyst and is enjoying having time to focus on dance. This is her first semester as Adjunct Faculty for Dance at Santa Rosa Junior College.