The Fort Worth-based public relations manager is delighted to extend her expertise to the social and physical development organization.
Online PR News – 29-July-2014 – Fort Worth, Texas – Dancing Classrooms, the not-for-profit project bringing ballroom dance to students, today announces Katherine Rose Watson as their newest board member. With her newly appointed seat on the board, Watson will bring energy and strategy to the social program. “I believe that Katie-Rose’s knowledge of the arts community coupled with her marketing background will add to our membership and aid in necessary development for Dancing Classrooms North Texas,” states Tacia Torres, Executive Director of Dancing Classrooms North Texas.
Dancing Classrooms has been hailed as an effective program for teaching social dance as well as providing many other benefits. The program creates an atmosphere in which reserved students can step out and shine, increasing their self-esteem while also practicing proper etiquette and receiving fitness benefits. "I'm honored to have been invited to join the Board of Directors for Dancing Classrooms North Texas,” enthuses Watson. “Physical fitness, etiquette, and respect are three things I hold near and dear to my heart and I'm delighted to promote those things by way of Dancing Classrooms."
A North Texas local, Watson received her Bachelor’s degree in German, a language in which she is fluent, from Texas Christian University. As the PR and Social Media Manger for Immotion Studios, Watson is responsible for garnering positive press for clients and distributing news releases to appropriate outlets in North Texas and nationwide. She also manages social media campaigns across an array of platforms to uphold brand values and engage her clients’ target audiences. With her new seat on the Dancing Classrooms board, Watson will provide a strong connection to the culture and people of North Texas with her unique energy and personable professionalism.
About Dancing Classrooms
Dancing Classrooms was launched in 1994 as a not-for-profit project of the American Ballroom Theater Company in New York City. As an arts-in-education program, the organization teaches ballroom dance to the upper elementary and middle school students of participating schools. A concept made famous by the 2005 documentary Mad Hot Ballroom, Dancing Classrooms began spreading throughout the US and internationally in 2006. Dancing Classrooms now serves nearly 45,000 students annually in over 500 schools and 1,500 classrooms. For more information visit: www.dancingclassroomsnt.org.
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