Jordan Livermon Glunt began her study of dance in her hometown of Powhatan, VA and continued her dance training through the School of Richmond Ballet. She graduated magna cum laude from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2003 with a BFA in Dance and Choreography, while continuing her connection with Richmond Ballet as Marketing Associate. Jordan began dancing with the Starr Foster Dance Project in 2004 and retired from the stage in October 2018, after 14 years of amazing performances. She joined the Minds In Motion staff in 2007, and has served as an artistic assistant, administrator for the MIM Ambassador program, and teaching artist for the Richmond and Charlottesville MIM programs. Jordan is thrilled to be Minds In Motion Director, striving to share the joys of dance and collaboration with students across the state of Virginia.
What is your favorite aspect of working at Richmond Ballet?
Richmond Ballet has been a large part of the majority of my life. It is like a second family to me. I have learned so much from so many in this organization and am so grateful for the relationships I have forged during my time here. I also feel very blessed and lucky that I get to do what I love each and every day as my career. This organization has allowed me to share my love of dance and the joy of dancing and collaborating with so many students across the state of Virginia.
What is your favorite aspect of living in Richmond?
The arts scene, festivals, local shops, restaurants and culture.
What hobbies or activities do you enjoy doing outside of work?
Reading books, listening to music and expanding my playlists, playing with my dog, Crockett, a Pembroke Welsh Corgi, spending
time with family and friends
The Minds In Motion Team at Richmond Ballet is made up of professional teaching artists and musicians who bring their love, passion and experience of dance to each of their students. They embody the organization’s belief that dance has the unique power to uplift our lives and bring communities together.