Libby Power

Libby Power began her journey in dance at age 4 with Tammy’s Dance Center in Waxahachie where she was raised in dance. For 13 years, she was a member of the Company groups where she had opportunities to compete, perform at special events, and attend numerous dance conventions and master classes.

She broadened her dance career to drill team at the beginning of high school with the Waxahachie High School Cherokee Charmers where she found her niche in precision dancing and high kicking. Within her drill team, she held leadership positions each year including Junior Lieutenant and Senior First Lieutenant, and received many awards and recognition including Miss High Kick, National Kick Company, Solo Finalist, Grand Champion Officers, and many more.

After graduating in the top 2% of her high school class, she went on to become a World Famous Kilgore College Rangerette where she had the opportunities of a lifetime to perform at the Texas Black Tie and Boots Inaugural Ball in 2013, the McDonald’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in 2013, AT&T Cotton Bowl performances, Dallas Cowboys performances, Dallas Crystal Charity Ball, and, of course, football games and Revels. From Kilgore College, she received an Associate of Arts degree with the highest honors.

Libby was also part of a fitness and workout DVD for the Southwest Dairy Farmers and can be spotted in the soon-to-be-released documentary “Sweethearts of the Gridiron.” Libby has worked for American Dance/Drill Team School since 2012 and taught hip-hop at In-Step Dance Co. She is currently attending Texas Woman’s University to become a math educator and a high school drill team director.

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