Amber Wilkins


Amber Wilkins began training at the age of 3. She began her first instructing position at the age of 15 for Baldwin -Copeland Studio of Dance in Wilmington, NC. At Baldwin-Copland she taught Tap, Jazz, Ballet, Pointe, Clogging, & Acrobatics. Through the years, Amber has enjoyed coaching and instructing students privately and in group settings. Many of her dancers have won numerous awards, scholarships, recognition, and overalls. In 1992, Amber opened Dynamic Footworks, which is now Dynamic Dance Force in the hopes of spreading her love for dance with others.

Haily Bordeaux


Haily was recently married and resides in Delco, NC.  She is the mother of a little boy, named Carter. She began her training and love for dance at the age of 2 1/2. She began instructing at Dynamic Foot at the age of 15. After attending Caper Fear Community College with a business degree, she now works full time at the studio. Haily instructs Tap, Jazz, Clogging and Hip Hop. She has attended many workshops and conventions, along with competing and winning numerous awards since the age of 4, including choreography awards. Some of her hobbies are reading, hiking, swimming and caring for animals.

Emily Calarco


Emily Calarco began dancing when she was 3 years old. When she was 7 she started dancing competitively. Throughout her childhood, she trained in ballet, jazz, lyrical, contemporary, pointe, and her passion- hip hop. Emily choreographed numerous school wide musicals as a student at her high school in Apex, North Carolina. At UNCW, while studying Elementary Education, she spent her free time building strong bonds and memories in the UNCW Dance Company. During her time, she choreographed various small group dances and served on the executive board as the committee’s Showcase manager. Teaching and creating are some of Emily’s passions and she can’t wait to work with your dancers! 

Grace Allen


Grace has been dancing for 20 years and never plans on stopping. She has experience dancing in the genres of ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical, contemporary, and musical theatre. She performed in Pinkerton Ballet Theaters production of “The Nutcracker” for 6 years as various lead roles including: Ballerina doll, Spanish soloist, Marzipan soloist, and Angel princess soloist. In addition to ” The Nutcracker”, Grace competed with her home studios competition team earning overall high scores and titles for her solos and duets over the years. She also participated in the musical theatre productions of “Singin in the rain” and “Crazy for you” as part of the dance troupe for Western Nevada Musical Theatre Company. In addition to her own dancing, Grace has been teaching dance for the past 6 years. She loves helping grow students passion for dance and watching them achieve their goals. When not at the studio Grace is a graduate student at UNCW and enjoys spending time with her husband and exploring in nature!

Jascinda Farrell


Jascinda developed her love for the performing arts at a young age and has been dancing since she was 3 years old. She has trained in Ballet, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Contemporary, Modern, Pointe, Improv, and Choreography. Born in New Brunswick, Canada, she lived in Winter Park, Florida for 8 years where she got her Bachelors of Arts Degree in Theatre Arts with an Emphasis in Performance and a Mi or in Dance at Rollins College. During those years, she signed with Talent Agencies and had many opportunities in modeling for fashion shows in Orlando, acting jobs and theatre productions, as well as dance classes, workshops, and performances. She was on her College’s Dance Team, and through her schooling had many opportunities to showcase her choreography and teach her peers. Since graduating, Jascinda has been a dance instructor for young children, ages 3-12, at a studio back home in New Brunswick, teaching Ballet, Hip-Hop, and Musical Theatre classes.
She has recently moved to Wilmington, NC to continue to pursue her career in dance and performance in a city more readily available to the industry. In addition to working at the studio, she hopes to gain experience with film acting and audition for castings in the area. Jascinda has a passion for helping young dancers develop their love for dance as a form of expression and art, and is a strong advocate for proper training, mental health, and overall well-being when it comes to performing. She considers choreography to be one of her strongest skills and favorite aspect of dance, and has a very creative and warm-hearted personality. She is very driven in her work and is committed to providing a safe and supportive environment for our dancers to learn and grow as performers and individuals. Jascinda is very excited to work with and encourage our dancers here at Dynamic Dance Force and share her love for dance with the community.

Caroline Montgomery


Hello! My name is Caroline Montgomery and I am from Sanford, North Carolina. I started dance when I was 2 years old, danced recreationally and for a short time competitively until I was 17 years old. I also participated in recreational gymnastics for a couple years in elementary/ middle school. I was apart of my church’s liturgical dance program, my high school dance team and my high school cheer team. I attended the College of Charleston and then transferred to the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. I mainly teach all ages of acrobatics here at DDF, and help out wherever I can! I love working with the children, watching them grow and obtain new skills throughout their dance journey.

Devyn Doyle

Preschool/Afterschool Teacher

Devyn attended Johnson and Wales university for culinary arts. While attending, she realized her true passion was not culinary, but working with children. So, Devyn decided to major in early childhood development and social services. During this time, she worked as a full time preschool teacher at Little Learner Academy in NJ. In 2004, she married and, a year later, welcomed her new baby girl. Then, in 2005, she moved to NC in order to be a SAHM. Throughout the years, she volunteered at various events, committees, and school activities for her two daughters. Later on, Devyn worked at St. James as a preschool teacher, camp director, and assistant director for Children’s Christian Formation. During Covid she made the change and began working at Leland Christian Academy and was the kindergarten teacher when they closed down. Devyn wants to say how much she loves working here. She adores the family she works with and the children she cares for while at work!