Danah Rosales (She/Her/Siya) is a Tkaronto based queer millennial; second-gen Canadian-Filipinx; a daughter; a dawta; a cister; a sis; a solo mama of two little humans; a legendary motha of the kiki house of siriano; and a dora nominated artist in which her work encompasses teaching, collaborative and interdisciplinary choreography and performance. Raised in Rexdale, church community and hip-hop culture contributed largely to her initial understanding and fascination with physical and spiritual expression. It has led to her passions, interests, and pursuance of dance and culture. Danah graduated as a music and dance major at the Etobicoke School of the Arts and at the School of TDT. She has worked alongside various artists such as TDT - Christopher House, Susie Burpee, Peter Chin, Ame Henderson, Kent Monkman, Leeroy New, Ralph Escamillan, Justin De Luna, Francesca Chudnoff, Annie MacDonnell, Tanya Lukin Linklater, Jennifer Goodwin, Ballet Creole, Chromatic, House of Coco Rocha, Blank Canvas Collective, Mix Mix Collective, Rude Collective, James Baley, Dorian Electra, Aiza, Gia Metric, Hollywood Jade, Matthew ‘Snoopy’ Cuff, Scott Fordham and more. Danah emerges as a choreographer, bringing ballroom arts to the stage with ballroom specific works that have been presented by Fall for Dance North and Toronto Dance Theatre.