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Gigi Omoro

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Georgina began dancing in 2008 at Danceworks, Futures Kids Center in Mississauga, Ontario. She began her passion for dance in ballet, lyrical, jazz, tap, and acro, quickly growing into a competitive dancer. In 2011, she moved to Joanne Chapman School of Dance in Brampton where she danced pre-competitively and was formally introduced to Hip Hop. She began to share her love for the dance style by becoming the choreographer for the Hip Hop team at Cardinal Leger Catholic Secondary School in Brampton, Ontario.

When Georgina began her studies in Biomedical Science at the University of Waterloo, she decided to balance her academics with her passion for Hip Hop, Waacking, House, and Locking. She competed at the Ontario University Competition for Hip Hop representing the University of Waterloo as a member of “Kindred Culture”, winning 2nd place in 2014, and as a member of “Origins”, winning 2nd place in 2015. She has also competed at World of Dance Montreal in 2014 representing University of Waterloo and Laurier University in a collabo-team as a member of “Kindralias”. Georgina decided to diversify her art by entering the dance battle world during her University experience most notably winning “Community 2 vs 2 Hip Hop Dance Battle”, Waterloo’s largest Dance Battle in 2015.

In 2016, Georgina became a co-director and choreographer of “FemiNINE”, University of Waterloo’s All Female Hip Hop Dance Team and as of 2017 has been the sole director of the team aimed to empower women through the arts. She has also helped in the growth of the “Afro-Fusion Dance Club” at the University of Waterloo whose aim is to share African culture through the fusion of African dance and other dance styles as well as choreographed for Fashion For Change which is partnered with the University of Waterloo and We Charity.

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