Elizabeth Morgan is a graduate of Western University and has been a certified dance teacher for 25 years. She was a Captain on the NFL Buffalo Bills, CFL Toronto Argonauts and CFL Hamilton Tiger-Cats cheerleading teams. She has guest performed at Grey Cups, Juno Awards, Super Bowl weekend events, military bases, parades and charity events across the continent. Elizabeth was awarded the Top Overall Talent Scout Award from a professional cheerleading workshop attended by NFL, CFL and NBA teams in 2005. In 2006 she was a finalist for Pro Bowl Cheerleader selection by the Buffalo Bills Cheerleaders.
Elizabeth has since worked with numerous amateur, semi-pro and professional cheer/dance teams across North America. She has taught at the pre-school through university level and is well-versed in all forms of dance. Her competitive teams have won numerous overall awards, received multiple civic honours and have represented Canada at the Dance World Cup and the World Hip Hop Championships. Her dance and cheer students have received scholarships to European workshops, have been accepted to the National Ballet School, the Royal Winnipeg Ballet School, the Quinte Ballet School, the Sheridan College Musical Theatre program, York University Dance, and have placed in the top 12 during dance auditions for The Julliard School in New York City. Elizabeth’s high school and university protégés currently are captains on college teams and some on NBA and NFL teams. Her Irish dance teams have won national titles and performed at a variety of regional events including the Home County Folk Festival. As a dance teacher, Elizabeth is experienced at RAD ballet and is certified with the Canadian Dance Teachers’ Association. She has also trained in classical music and theatre, including drama-in-education. Elizabeth owns Expressions Dance Arts Inc., a small and dynamic studio in the London area.
Miss Morgan is an active Alumni Professional Cheerleader. Most recently, she coordinated the Argos Alumni Cheerleaders from the 1996-2015 seasons, to perform a special half-time show at the Toronto Argonauts game annually, in support of Women’s Cancer Awareness. She has assisted with choreography and consulting for CFL and other top-level teams across North America in recent years. Elizabeth is also an active member of the NFL Buffalo Jills Cheerleader Alumni. She attained membership status with the UNESCO-recognized International Dance Council in 2010. In November 2013, Elizabeth was selected as the sole Delegate to lecture and vote, on behalf of Canada, for the World Dance Congress & General Assembly. Elizabeth is also a sought-after competition judge. She has produced amateur stage shows and choreography for Walt Disney World, the Canada Summer Games, pro sports teams and others. She is also a London Arts Council Dance Artist-in-Residence, working to enrich the Ministry of Education arts curriculum for grades 1-12 in the Thames Valley District School Board and the London District Catholic School Board. In 2016 Elizabeth became a member of the Canadian Network for Arts & Learning, a non- profit organization that furthers arts opportunities and integration for children and youth nationwide. Most recently her work with formerly institutionalized seniors is part of the pilot project in London entitled “Healing through the Arts”.