About Our Staff
All our full time staff and freelance staff have been checked through PVG or Disclosure Scotland, many also undergo First Aid Training.
Natasha is our Project Manager, responsible for our Inspiring Scotland Project and on-going development of our community dance classes throughout the East of Scotland. As a young person herself, she attended our project growing up and understands what it is like to be a young person in need of some our services at Showcase The Street. Natasha teaches Street Dance and Ballet classes in Stonehaven and Inverbervie, as well as running 3 dance companies in Aberdeenshire.
As well as teaching our community dance classes in the evening, Natasha also works with several schools in Aberdeenshire, Angus and Dundee using Street Dance as a medium to improve young peoples self esteem, confidence and Social Skills while working to get those young people to a positive destination. This work also includes delivering and assessing SQA level 2 Personal Developments Awards. She has now successfully achieved her SQA Assessors Award.
Natasha also runs our Holiday dance camps for Aberdeenshire which are generally held in the first week of the holidays at Mearns Community Campus, Laurencekirk.
Natasha is due off for Maternity Leave right before Christmas where Kayleigh Amber Wilson and Jennifer Ross will take over any office tasks in hand.
Jen works part time for Showcase as our Finance officer, keeping on top of all invoices, funding/grants and any in/out goings. As well as this she keeps on top off all our bookings for Manhattan Works, (Football pitches, Dance studios, Meeting Rooms, and Birthday Parties) while supporting our Receptionist staff. For enquires about booking any of our facilities at Manhattan Works, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Kayleigh Amber Wilson
Kayleigh is one of our Dance Officers and is responsible for developing classes in the Birkhill and Inchture areas. Kayleigh teaches both Street Dance and Musical Theatre Classes and has a BA Hons Degree in Musical Theatre. Kayleigh also delivers our Holiday and Inservice day programmes in Dundee with Megan.
Kayleigh is covering Maternity leave and has an oversight of all our our social impact projects such as the Families Project, Inspiring Scotland, and all other school projects that work in partneship with Active Schools. Kayleigh aslo works closely with one school in Angus a full day a week helping to support young people with additional needs using the medium of Musical Theatre.
Her work also includes delivering and assessing SQA level 2 Personal Developments Awards. She has now successfully achieved her SQA Assessors Award. If you’re an employee of a school and would like your school to get involved, please email, email@example.com
Megan is one of our full time dance teachers who started at showcase as a pupil, she then became a volunteer with us while studying at the Scottish School of Contemporary Dance, leaving with a HND in contemporary dance performance. Megan has also performed on many stages such as the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Megan works in many Primary Schools across Dundee and Angus, encouraging confidence and a positive self esteem while delivering SQA level 2 Personal Developments Awards, using Street Dance as a medium.
While Natasha is off on Maternity, Megan will cover Stonehaven classes on a Monday night,and continue to teach Tuesday – Thursday nights here in Dundee, offering ballet classes on a Wednesday night. Megan also delivers our Holiday and Inservice day programmes along with Kayleigh in Dundee.
Stevie is our Football Officer who runs our partner Stevie Campbell Football Academy and has an oversight of all Football Classes.
Stevie has been in the professional game for over 30 years, experiencing a playing career with Dundee FC, Coleraine FC, Livingston FC and Brechin City FC, where he is now a first time coach, contributing to them recently gaining promotion to the Scottish Championship against all odds.
Stevie is also currently working in two Angus Schools coaching football and fitness to over 500 pupils a week, helping to improve their confidence, self esteem and social skills while gaining their trust.