Quincy Boe Director
Quincy has over 18 years of dance training and teaching experience in the genres of ballet, jazz, modern, character dance, contemporary, somatics and drill team. She obtained her Bachelor of Arts in Dance with an emphasis in Modern Choreography and Performance from Brigham Young University-Idaho and completed her Dance 6-12 and P.E. K-12 teaching certification in the state of Texas as well as her YTT-200 Yoga certification through Yoga Alliance. Quincy's experience includes touring and dancing with the Brigham Young University-Idaho Dance Alliance team, serving as a performing artist and Assistant Director for the Collegiate Dance Company, teaching beginning Modern and Jazz dance classes at BYU-Idaho, working as an Elite Team Director and Dance Instructor for Eagle Rock Dance Studio and Dancer's Edge, coaching the 27-time NDA National Champion team, The Napa High School Spiritleaders, pioneering the Oak Crest Elementary Dance Club, choreographing for the Oklahoma Movement Modern Dance company, working as the Assistant Dance Director of the Travis High School Belles, and teaching dance at James Bowie Middle School. She has completed extensive coursework in kinesiology, pedagogy, nutrition, conditioning, teaching methods, Somatics, the Bartenieff Fundamentals, Laban Movement Analysis and choreography. Quincy has been a member of The National Dance Educators Organization, and National Dance Coaches Association for 2 years, and is an advocate for dance education. She is excited to be returning to her alma mater as the head dance director of the Morton Ranch Maverick Belles.
Ciera Rice, Assistant Director
Ciera Rice grew up in Lake Jackson, TX where she trained in all dance styles starting from the age of three and danced competitively at Barbie Rhodes Dance Studio. She attended Brazoswood High School and was a member of the Brazoswood Belles dance team while working with Tremaine Dance Conventions as a National Performance Company Member for five years. After high school, she continued her education at Texas Christian University where she received dance training under the TCU School of Classical and Contemporary Dance and was a member of the highly acclaimed TCU Showgirls dance team. During her time on the TCU Showgirls, she earned the 2018 Rookie of the Year award, choreographed routines, participated in community events/appearances and performed for ESPN’s College Gameday, the Big XII Men’s Basketball Tournament in Kansas City, MO and the Cheez-It Bowl in Phoenix, AZ. In December 2021, she graduated with her bachelor’s degree in general studies. After graduation, Ciera has dedicated her time choregraphing for multiple studios and schools as well as adjudicate for various state and national competitions. She is so excited to continue sharing her passion for dance and be a part of the Morton Ranch family!