Megan Nadain is a Toronto-based dancer, choreographer and dance educator originally from North Vancouver, BC. She is a graduate of Dance Arts Institute (formerly The School of Toronto Dance Theatre) and was the recipient of the The Hnatyshyn Foundation Developing Artist Grant during her first year. She is a company member with Dancetheatre David Earle and has worked independently with Darryl Tracy, Nicole Nigro, inDANCE, Toronto Heritage Dance and Miranda Abbott. In the summer of 2014, she performed with Dancetheatre David Earle in Düsseldorf, Germany at the tanzmesse dance festival. She has the pleasure of being a faculty member at Dance Arts Institute teaching in The Professional Program and Adult Contemporary Dance. She is also on faculty at The School of Canadian Contemporary Dance Theatre and directs CCDT’s Core Apprentice Program. She also works as a dance educator at York University and The National Ballet of Canada’s In Studio program and facilitates the dance programs at several independent schools in Toronto. Two projects that she has been involved with recently and that she is exceptionally passionate about are Bridging Generations Through Dance with Dancing with Parkinson’s and Moving together: Choreographic mappings of children with diverse dis/abilities and their neurological responses to a dance-play event with Coralee McLaren.