Mandy Frazier,

Director of Dance

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Mandy has been dancing since the age of three. She began her training at Cenla Academy of Performing Arts under the direction of Rita Barton, later continuing her training at Just Dance under the direction of Jennifer Rachal. She has learned from professionals such as Dave Scott, Tabitha and Napoleon D'umo and Shane Sparks. She was awarded a dance scholarship by Tyce Diorio.

Mandy attended Holy Savior Menard Central High School, where she participated in both junior high cheer and varsity danceline. Mandy then transferred to Alexandria Senior High School, where she danced as a Troydoll for two consecutive years. As an ASH Troydoll, she received the title of American All-Star at dance line camp. This included an invitation to dance in Italy. Mandy is a 2009 graduate of ASH. After high school, Mandy danced as a member of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette Ragin' Jazz dance team and taught hip-hop at ULL's recreational sports gym. Mandy is a graduate of Louisiana State University at Alexandria.

Mandy has always enjoyed choreographing dance routines for individuals, groups, and junior high and high school dance teams. She was the talent choreographer for the first runner-up of Louisiana's 2013 Distinguished Young Women. Mandy, along with Jennifer Rachal, coached the Alexandria Senior High Troydolls danceline to a National Championship in 2013. She continued coaching the ASH Troydolls in 2015, 2016, and 2017, winning first, second, and third place titles at both the state and national level. Mandy was honored to receive the Outstanding Choreography Award at the United States Dance/Drill Team Championship in 2016. She was the choreographer for the LSU of Alexandria Lieutenants pomline. Mandy has been a choreographer and coach the past five years for Alexandria Country Day School’s Dancing with the Stars Cenla Style fundraiser.

Mandy currently resides in Alexandria, LA, with her husband Chase Frazier. She is the Director of Hip-Hop and Lyrical at Just Dance Studio. She also teaches ballet, tap, and jazz. Mandy is also the Dance Director for Bolton High School’s Art Conservatory. She is thankful that her mentor, Jennifer Rachal, has given her so many opportunities, including the opportunity to teach. Dancing is something she loves to do. It is her passion and she would love to continue it for many years.