About Us

World Class Dance Nationals works to provide the most educational, positive and progressive environment for dancers of all ages and genres. WCD is dedicated to making their event an affordable, memorable and exciting experience for everyone involved.

WCD was created by directors with true passion and desire to provide an affordable opportunity for ALL DANCERS to attend a NATIONAL competition that is friendly, fun, and professional!! We realize that there are many choices out there, but WORLD CLASS DANCE is MORE THAN just a competition!!

It’s important to WCD that all Teams & Studios are recognized for their hard work and talent. Competing is one aspect of WCD, but supporting each other, working together, and cheering for each other is also important to WCD Nationals. It is the goal of WCD to inspire dancers to “Push their Limits” and do it with class.

WCD chose sunny Las Vegas as its host location because dancers will have opportunities in Las Vegas that are not offered anywhere else!! WCD provides MORE!!!… Take classes from top professionals in the field of dance, Attend incredible shows that you can’t see anywhere else, Epic shopping malls & Outlets, Tasty Buffets & Cultural Eating establishments!!

Check out our Bios….

Jordan Peterson

Jordan began her dance training early in life and has been dancing for nearly 25 years training extensively in Modern, Contemporary, Jazz, Lyrical, Ballet and Hip Hop. She Currently is the head drill team coach at Corner Canyon High School in Draper, co-owner of the World Class Dance National competition in Las Vegas, Nevada, Epic Productions instructor and choreographer, and works as an instructor/guest for many studios in Utah.

After four years of dancing with her team in high school, Jordan attended Snow College where she began to focus her studies on dance and dance education. There she was a member of the Snow Dance Ensemble and also part of the Snow Cheer team. Jordan was also able to be a participant of “Julliard Goes to the Mountains” where she was able to work alongside Julliard professors and students of dance in performance and creative atmospheres.

Following graduation from Snow College Jordan received a scholarship to dance with Repertory Dance Theatre of Salt Lake City. In the Fall Jordan chose to attend University of Utah as a major in the School of Dance where she received her BFA in Modern Dance. Jordan has since continued her education and dance training receiving a Masters of Art Administration from Southern Utah University & through professional development courses and educators training around the country. Jordan is a certified Progressing Ballet Technique instructor -PBT by Marie Walton-Mahon (Progressing Ballet Technique) and part of the National Dance Coach Association.

Throughout her career Jordan has trained in master classes and performed with many professional companies including the Martha Graham Company, The Neta Dance Company, MOMIX, Odyssey Dance Theatre, Andrea Millers Gallim Dance, Repertory Dance Theatre, Trey Mcintyre Project. Mia Michaels, Tyce Diorio and many more.

Jordan continues creating new work as a choreographer and teacher, working with many studios, schools and colleges both on a national and international level. Working as a freelance artist, she has had the opportunity to continue performing and instructing with many groups and companies. Her teaching methods have a fierce focus on technical and anatomical correctness for dancers of all ages while fusing concepts from her modern and artistry driven background.

Jordan is excited to continue sharing her love of teaching and passion for dance with those at World Class Dance Nationals!

Keisha Haberman

Keisha fell in love with dance at the age of three in her mother’s dance studio. She grew up dancing and competing with some of the top studios in Utah. She joined Drill Team in high school and continued to take and teach dance after graduation. Her dancing career came to a tragic end after she broke her foot.

After hobbling around in a cast she decided to use her skills elsewhere.

Three years ago she and her husband organized and Executive Produced the full-length feature film Ryan Baxter Reenactor which is starting its festival run this year. 

Keisha has had the opportunity to be involved with the planning and execution of many charity events and parties.

Most recently helped with the auction at the Make A Wish Gala. She is also very involved with The Utah Chamber Artists and their fundraising needs. 

Event planning was becoming a passion for Keisha and she was able to help organize and facilitate high school choir and band competitions all over the country. She enjoyed helping the directors with their travel needs and seeing the students having such a great experience.

She always knew the dance world needed something similar.

She loves taking care of her three-year-old son and they travel all over the world together to visit her husband while he does camera work on reality television.

When not traveling, planning parties, making movies or being a mom you can find Keisha styling hair at Malstrom Salon in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Keisha is excited to bring her event planning and organizational skills to World Class Dance National Competitions. She looks forward to making your competition experience a fun and memorable one.