Hope Duncan gained her versatile dance training from Dance Dynamics Studio in Macon, Georgia. She has been choreographing since the age of 14, and while in high school her self-choreographed solos won first place and choreography awards at multiple competitions. Since moving to Atlanta, she has choreographed for Dance 411’s Choreography Showcase, produced seven short dance films, and choreographed for a sold-out show titled “The One.” During her years in college, she performed in five works with the KSU Dance Company, worked on projects with Atlanta choreographers such as Dre Lakin, Jon Carr, Rachel Truitt, and Caitlin Gray, secured a spot in Cirque Du Soleil’s database of dancers, and danced on the CW Channel’s “Legacies.” In 2021 Duncan graduated from Kennesaw State University with a BA in Dance. She also has certifications in Holistic Nutrition, Acrobatic Arts, and PureBarre technique. Duncan continues her training by taking classes from industry professionals and attending yearly dance conventions and workshops.