Juliana has been dancing for as long as she can remember. Beginning at The Dance Center of Baytown, where I studied ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical, contemporary, and hip hop. She competed there for numerous years in both solo and groups competitions. She served as the Lt. Colonel and 1st Lt Colonel of the Sterling Stars dance team and was a four year member. While in high school Juliana had the opportunity to perform at the Houston Rockets halftime and Chicago’s McDonalds Thanksgiving Day Parade. Following high school she was a member of the Kilgore College Rangerettes, the first precision dance team ever created. Through Rangerettes she had the opportunity to perform at the 90th annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, the 75th Anniversary Commemoration Ceremony of the attacks on Pearl Harbor, the Texas Black Tie and Boots Presidential Inaugural Ball in Washington D.C, the Contest of Champions in Florida as the guest exhibitionist performers, the Texas State Fair, the season opener of the Dallas Cowboys, and the 88th and 89th annual Cotton Bowl Classic, as well as many other local performances. While at Kilgore Juliana studied Modern, Jazz, Tap, and Ballet and ended two years with an Associates of the Arts in Dance Education. She also worked for Crowd Pleasers Dance where she traveled in the summer choreographing for dance groups across Texas and host camps. Juliana attends Texas A&M and is majoring in Interdisciplinary Studies.