Jenna Elliott

Position
Student Leader, Trenton Youth Dancers
Role
Class of 2025
Bio/Description

Jenna Elliott is a sophomore from Douglas, Massachusetts hoping to study Psychology with certificates in Creative Writing, Entrepreneurship, and Neuroscience. When she was two years old, she began taking dance classes at a local studio and since then she has studied a variety of different styles from tap, jazz, lyrical, and hip-hop to ballet, pointe, contemporary, and acro. In second grade, she was lucky enough to compete for the first time with a team of other dancers and fell in love with the experience of working to constantly improve a routine based on feedback from teachers, judges, and choreographers. On campus, she takes part in the Princeton University arts scene as a member of the Performing Arts Council, eXpressions Dance Company, and of course, the Trenton Youth Dancers. Outside of dance, she serves as Academics Chair for the Rocky College Council, is a part of the USG Communications Team, takes part in the USG Student Life Committee, and is a member of Princeton Women in Entrepreneurship and the Mental Health Initiative. She is beyond excited to continue exploring her passion for creative expression this upcoming year as a Trenton Arts fellow.