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Mrs. LeBoss is a veteran and master educator with over 20 years of experience as a credentialed teacher. She has touched the lives of over 3000 public school students by teaching them the art and love of dance. Students of Mrs. LeBoss have gone on to dance in University dance programs, teach, start their own dance companies and dance professionally in Hollywood. She taught Dunham technique for two consecutive years at the Debbie Allen Dance Institute Texas. She is a teacher leader in the PUHSD and is involved in multiple committees including the Site and District level MTSS committees, and District level Equity committee. In addition to her committee work she serves on the Executive Board of the Union as the Director of Ethnic Minorities.
Mrs. LeBoss holds a BA in Dance from Long Beach State University, a Master's in Education from National University and is currently working on her Dissertation on Dance and Leadership at St. Thomas University.
As an educator, she has developed dance programs and authored curriculum in LA Unified School District, Pasadena Unified School District and Perris Union High School District. Her commitment to dance education has led her to become the President Elect of the California Dance Education Association (CDEA).
Known in the performance world as Myshia Moten, Mrs. LeBoss is an LA-Based dancer, and choreographer. As a student, she studied classical ballet with Stephan Wenta, Arturo Fernandez, Sophie Monet and Alain Eubert. She studied Modern dance exhaustively under Charles Edmonson, Karen McDonald, Susan McClain, Jeff Slayton, Keith Johnson, Winifred R. Harris, and Anindo Marshall in the techniques of Horton, Graham, Cunningham and Dunham. Her professional credits include dancing as a soloist and principal dancer with the companies of Winifred R Harris' Between Lines, Loretta Livingston and Dancers, Karen McDonald's New Age Dance Workshop, the Ballet Collective of Los Angeles, and Marshall Dance Company.
Hailed as both "exquisite" and "commanding" by the Los Angeles Times, Mrs. LeBoss made quite an impression as a performer by allowing her passion for dance to emanate from her body, off the stage and directly into her audience's hearts. The last two years of her Company experience, she toured locally, dancing the role of Ms. Katherine Dunham. As a choreographer, her work has been equally praised and can be seen in the repertoire of Marshall Dance Company and LeBossCoDance (LBCD). Founded in 2014, LBCD is a dance company based in Riverside County dedicated to providing a space for dancers to continue to train and explore creatively after high school.