By Lauren Floyd
19 November 2019
When Robin Pitts, founder of the dance studio Dance Makers, started dancing at 7 years old she didn’t see many people on TV who looked like her.
Her mother wasn’t even sure she’d like dance, after it didn’t take with her older sister.
Still, the aspiring ballerina begged until her mother relented.
More than 30 years later, she still hasn’t stopped dancing.
“I’m a studio kid,” Pitts told Atlanta Black Star Nov. 12.
She’s focusing more on the administrative side of dance these days, having founded the Maryland-based Dance Makers studio in 2001 and leading the organization into its 18th year.
Read the full article in the Atlanta Black Star.