Volunteer Spotlight : Leslie Ann Kilpatrick aka L.A.

  “Before mankind talked to one another, they dance together. ” ~ L.A. Kilpatrick   Dance Parade, Inc. is a volunteer supported non-profit organization! It is the dedication, expertise and rhythm of these brave few that are solely responsible for the success of the event and all […] Read more »

Volunteer Spotlight : Verun Rahimtoola

Dance Parade, Inc. is an all volunteer supported non-profit organization! It is the dedication, expertise and rhythm of these brave few that are solely responsible for the success of the event and all the background work that goes on all year long leading up to the parade and festival. Every month, we choose a different volunteer to spotlight. We ask them a few questions to let you know who they are, where they’ve come from and where they see themselves in the future. Read more »

Volunteer Spotlight : Mike Israely

Mike Israely, Chair of Dance Parade's Finance Committee, was first introduced to Dance Parade by Board member Trevor Honchman. Other than forced Cotillion at age 13, Mike has no formal dance training background but loves to participate in any style of dance provided, deciding on Hip Hop as his favourite style to watch. Living in New York for over a decade, Michael now considers himself a 'native New Yorker". Having an extensive background in business and advertising, Michael is currently the Director of The Keiretsu Forum New York Tri-State Chapters, part of the worlds largest network of Angel Investors. 2011 will be Mike's second year involved with Dance Parade. We asked Mike a few questions regarding his interaction and involvement with the Parade which is now entering its fifth year. Here's what he had to say! Read more »

Volunteer Spotlight : Meet Creative Director Brian K. Austin

Brian Austin, Dance Parade Creative Director We caught up with Brian and asked him some special questions.Here’s what the Dance Parade veteran let us in on… How did you first stumble upon Dance Parade? When dance parade wasfirst starting up, I was asked by a […] Read more »