Donna Goffredo Murray is a choreographer, director, teacher and writer.  She has created a repertoire of over two dozen concert works as well as musical theater, classical and commercial choreography.  Her work has been presented in many New York venues throughout her twelve years living there, in addition to touring with her dance company to festivals in North Carolina, Maryland, and Idaho.   Her studies include a Master of Fine Arts in Performance and Choreography from the University of North Carolina, Greensboro and a Bachelor of Arts in Dance from the University of Maryland.  Alongside her creative work, Murray has worked in dance education, teaching and directing programs in North Carolina, New York, and New Jersey in the public and private sectors for over fifteen years.  She has been an invited presenter at various education and arts conferences, including The Prospect Center in Bennington, Vermont.  She has always, and continues to be, most interested in empowering dancers, no matter the age, to find their specific voice through movement.  Currently, Murray is one of the founders and directors of The Dancers' Space in West Palm Beach, FL, where she resides with her husband and three children.