Alison A. Owusu is an international choreographer/instructor and has trained at the world-renowned Broadway Dance Center and Steps on Broadway, in NYC. Alison has focused on the studies of ballet, hip-hop, modern, contemporary jazz, African, tap and jazz, which has afforded her the opportunity to train with some of the most esteemed teachers/ choreographers in the business such as Debbie Allen, Gus Salmon, Sidra Bell, Karen Gayle, Jay T. Jenkins, and Nancy Lushington, among many others. Alison has extensive training in modern with Horton, Graham, and Limon techniques.
Alison was a member of the Queenz NYC Hip Hop Dance Group [member since 2011-2012] and is the creator of The Alison Owusu Experience Dance Company, Est. 2016, and The Ali Cats Hip Hop Crew, Est. 2018. In addition to Alison’s many achievements she is a two time consecutive Helen Hayes “The Metros” award winner and Paper Mill Playhouse  nominee for her choreographic work in the Northern Valley Old Tappan High School’s musical “Tarzan” and “Bring It On” in 2017-18. Alison’s choreography had graced the stages of Alvin Ailey Black Box Theatre, Merce Cunningham Black Box Theatre, Drexel performing theatre and in Margarita at the National Performance Theatre in Venezuela.
Alison has been working with young dancers all over the Northern New Jersey area for over 16 years now with a passion for choreography and modern/contemporary dance. In the fall of 2010, she formed the youth contemporary traveling dance performance company formerly known as Passion Flux Dance Company, est. 2010. Alison has a Bachelor of Science degree in physical education and health; with a minor in dance from Montclair State University.