Caroline Morales is a graduate of Texas Christian University with a BFA in Ballet and minor in Speech Pathology. After twelve years at the Rogers Ballet Inc., under Stan and Sharon Rogers in Wichita, KS, she gained firm background in Cecchetti ballet technique. Caroline attended summer intensives including Texas Ballet Theatre, Washington Ballet, Kansas City Ballet, working with instructors including Sarah Lane, Ben Stevenson O.B.E., Septime Webre, and Devin Carney. In her collegiate career, Caroline has performed in Giselle and Paquita Variations staged by Jessica Zeller, and various other contemporary ballet works choreographed by Li-Chou Cheng and Elizabeth Gillaspy; she also performed contemporary ballet choreography by Toni Pimble from Eugene Ballet and was a guest artist for The Fort Worth Country Day performing the Sugar Plum Fairy in The Nutcracker. Since moving to Kansas City, Caroline began dancing with KC Contemporary Dance Company and has been a company member for two years. She teaches ballet and other forms of dance around the city, as well as choreographs for KC Contemporary Dance.