From the time she could walk and talk Bronwyn wanted to be a ballerina. She began dancing at age six and studied ballet, tap, jazz, modern, and lyrical (contemporary) where she grew up in the Antelope Valley and Los Angeles areas. While in LA, Bronwyn trained with Joe Tremaine, Doug Caldwell (for jazz/lyrical), Sally Whalen (ballet), and Alex Plasschaert and Thommie Rhetter for tap, in addition to her home studio. Growing up with her studio she began assisting teachers at age twelve and was teaching her own classes by age sixteen. As a young adult, she began acting in local musical theater productions including Grease, A Chorus Line, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, and also the lead character of Shelby in Steel Magnolias. She spent ten years working for Universal Studios Hollywood where she honed her business skills with a focus on park operations and marketing. She worked for a boutique advertising agency in Los Angeles for ten years, the last five of which allowed her to move to the Central Coast. Once Bronwyn found CDMA she realized she had found her new home and was thrilled when an office position opened. Bronwyn is currently Managing Director of the nonprofit company housed at CDMA, Coastal Performing Arts Foundation which is the umbrella company to Coastal Chamber Youth Ballet, Coastal Youth Theater, and Beyond Boundaries. While this job keeps her very busy she is thrilled to be able to continue teaching tap to students at CDMA.