Catalina Alexandra is a native of Bogota, Colombia. She holds a BA in Theater and Dance from the University of Houston. She has also trained at the Instituto Superior de Arte in La Habana, Cuba, and at various national and international festivals. Her choreography has been seen at ACDFA, Big Range Dance Festival, San Jacinto College, Houston Community College, DiverseWorks’s 12 MinutesMax, HopeWerks, Hope Stone, Inc.’s young artist residency program, at Weekend of Texas Contemporary Dance at Miller Outdoor Theater, and at the Houston Fringe Festival. Catalina has performed for various artists in Bogota, La Habana, Ireland, France, Ecuador, and Houston. She also teaches aerial fabric at VauLt Houston, performs with VauLt Dance, Hope Stone Dance, and several independent choreographers. Catalina is excited about her newest venture. She is a co-founder of Houston Dance Collective, which is a collective formed by professional dancers, teachers, and choreographers supporting each other and fostering one another’s professional needs.