Dominique Robinson is an accomplished American dancer, choreographer, and educator, with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Choreography from East Carolina University and a Master of Arts in Dance Education from New York University. She is certified in level 1-5 of the ABT-NTC curriculum and is a dedicated staff member of American Ballet Theatre's Outreach programs.
In 2014, Robinson founded Pizarts Global Dance Hub, an innovative company that provides professional dancers, choreographers, and teaching artists with life-changing international opportunities, workshops, and seminars. Her dedication to empowering young women in dance is reflected in Pizarts' initiatives, such as awarding two teaching fellows with a 4-week teaching tour in Argentina, as well as gifting three full dance scholarships to young female residents of Argentina for the 8th Annual National Jazz Dance Conference held in 2018.
Robinson is also a co-founder of Dance Gap Year and an active member of the Gap Year Association. Her work on the co-chair committee for standards & accreditation, as well as the fair trade learning committee, highlights her commitment to the ongoing development and improvement of dance education. Since 2020, Pizarts has been a registered organization with the United Nations International Dance Council and is fiscally sponsored under Fractured Atlas. Robinson's vast experience, dedication, and passion for dance education continue to inspire young artists around the world.