Kimberly Price began her professional dance training in NYC at the age of seventeen. She studied with masters such as Luigi, Charles Kelly, David Howard and various professionals from the Broadway Dance Center. After auditioning and earning a scholarship to Gus Giordano Jazz Dance Chicago, Kimberly moved west. While in Chicago she also began work on her Bachelor’s degree in Theater at Loyola University. Kimberly returned to Maryland in 1989 and opened her first school – The Middletown Center of Dance. The school quickly grew and evolved into the Mid-Maryland Performing Arts Center. Kimberly remains committed to the basic principle that dance is for everyone at every age and that MMPAC should instill a lifelong love of dance in every student. She founded UnBound, a non-profit organization whose purpose is to extend the experience of dance to those of differing abilities. Kimberly received her Graduate Certificate in Dance at American University in Washington, DC in 2005. She is an active member of the local and regional arts community and is among the first to implement the National Standards for Dance Education at her studio.