Sahara Dance Teacher
Dana Najib is a recent college graduate with a strong passion for the performing arts. Her Syrian American background has fed into her passions as she takes every opportunity she can to perform traditional Arabic dances and songs. She has performed traditional Arabic folklore, also known as Dabke, at several venues including University of Maryland and Marymount University. She started dancing Dabke when she was 14 years old and keeps the tradition alive wherever she can. She is a strong believer that music and dance are universal and live in us all. All you need is the willingness and opportunity to be free.