Renee I. McDonald
Jamaican-born choreographer and dancer, Renee I. McDonald began her dance training at the Tony Wilson School of Modern Dance in Kingston, Jamaica. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Marketing and a Bachelor of Law with first-class honors from the University of the West Indies, Mona. Ms. McDonald was a member of The Company Dance Theatre (CDT) in Kingston, where she also served as rehearsal mistress. As a choreographer, she has created works for many companies including The CDT, The National Dance Theatre Company, L'Acadco, Deh Jah Dance Theatre, Dance Theatre Xaymaca, The Quilt Performing Arts Company, and The Emma Willard School in New York. She has also choreographed award-winning pieces for the American International School of Kingston, Campion College, and the St. Andrew High School for Girls. Ms. McDonald is also engaged with The Desiree Dance Center, University Dance Society, and Campion College Dance Society, training students in modern and jazz technique. Currently, Ms. McDonald is a final year student at the Norman Manley Law School in Kingston, Jamaica.