Miss Daniels is an alumnus of St. Joseph’s University, received a masters degree from Immaculata University in 2003 and is a certified school psychologist specializing in child development and educational strategies. Since 2003, Ms. Daniels has been working as a full time teacher at Paul VI High School and serves as the Performing Arts Department Chairperson, the school musical director and is head coach of their award winning competition and varsity dance teams. A former Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleader and Head Coach of the St. Joe’s University Dance Team, Courtney began her training at the Bowman School of Dance and then later studied at the University of the Arts. She has been performing and instructing for over 25 years, in addition to choreographing and directing over 50 productions for theatre companies and high schools such as Camden Catholic High School, The Broadway Theatre of Pitman, The Forrestburgh Playhouse in New York and The Prince Music Theatre in Philadelphia. Courtney has appeared on ESPN and was also featured on ESPN’s “The Year in Sports” in 2002. Courtney has won many awards for her choreography and direction and her work has been featured numerous times at the NJ Teen Arts Festival representing Camden County for Excellence in Musical Theatre and Drama. Ms. Daniels’ dance team appeared at the 2011 and 2013 Orange Bowl in Miami and her dance company recently ranked first overall at Starbound, a national dance and talent competition. Ms. Daniels is proud to be the founder and artistic director of Project Dance, a dance festival celebrating the benefits of dance education in schools.