Rajeeyah Finnie-Myers is a racial justice trainer working in the Arts and Culture sector of New York City. She has been trained and has over 15 years of experience in leading conversations on Diversity Equity and Inclusion in education, non-profit, corporate and creative settings.  In her current role as the Director of Professional Development at DreamYard Project in the Bronx, Rajeeyah plays a key role in shaping and upholding an organizational culture committed to anti-racism and social justice. She has led workshops sharing best practices locally, nationally and internationally.  

Rajeeyah holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Florida A & M University. As a consultant she’s worked with a range of clients supporting them in cultural competency, racial equity and art as a social practice.  She calls Harlem, NY home and resides there with her husband, her son and her daughter. 

Dance Educator's Training Institute

DETI is Going Virtual!

Our annual Dance Educator's Training Institute (DETI) is scheduled to take place August 17-19, 2020.

This year, we've decided to take DETI online, due to COVID-19.

While we are saddened not to be able to hold DETI in person, we are excited to welcome people from around the world, who might not otherwise be able to join us! We will have more information about DETI Online in the coming days.

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