Our Dancer of the Week, Kyndall Williams is a competitive dancer, author, and non-profit founder…AT 11 YEARS OLD. Check out her interview!
Kyndall Williams is a dancer of Positive Image Performing Arts. She is the author of two children books How Tara The Turkey Escaped Being Thanksgiving Dinner and Sara’s School HAIR blues. In addition, she is the founder of the non-profit organization The Kyndall Project, a 501(c)(3) faith-based organization that enhances the personal and academic development of at-risk youth through the implementation of comprehensive literacy, arts, travel and visual arts programs.
When did you started dancing?
I started dancing when I was 2.5 at BB Dance Productions in Charlotte, N.C. Now I dance for Positive Image Performing Arts in Winston-Salem, NC since 2014.
What or whom inspired you to dance?
My mom inspired me to dance; to bring me out of my shell and have interaction with other kids since I’m the only child. So now I really love to dance.
What dance awards have you received?
Miss PIPA 1st Runner Up
PIPA alumni scholarship
5 Platinum and 3 Gold trophies from various dance competitions
Tell us about your favorite Dance performance.
My favorite dance performance is when we dance to Candy Girl and our costumes were made of candy.
What best advice have you received about dancing?
To never give up and always try to do your best and the sky is the limit if I put my mind to it.
Who are your role models?
My mom, grandmother and my dance teacher Mrs. Courtney.
What keeps you motivated?
My family, church and friends.
What are your future plans in dance?
I plan to stay in dance and travel the world with it.
What are your goals?
Finish school with straight A’s, go to college with full scholarship for dance or academics or both.
What advice would you give to young girls who are starting out in dance?
Keep trying. Keep God 1st. Never give up on your dreams. Practice, practice, practice because practice makes perfect.