Jennifer Salter is a dance faculty member at Houston Community College and San Jacinto College. She earned her B.F.A. and M.F.A. in Dance from Sam Houston State University, where she studied and performed locally and nationally with Kista Tucker Dance Company, Dancepatheatre, and Rednerrus Feil Dance Company (now Aimed Dance). She has presented her work in Houston under commission through The Pilot Dance Project, and has recently collaborated with Pilot as a performer. Her artistic endeavors have led her into filming dance, photography, and graphic design, and her choreography has been recognized at the institutional level and presented at local and regional festivals. In 2017, her works “Seat of Unrest” and “Tender Oppression” were both selected for the Gala Concert at the American College Dance Festival, and several of her dance films have been presented at film festivals and art exhibits around Houston. When she’s not teaching and performing, you can find her at the ballpark with her son, Gavin!