Allie Hudak is a committed dance educator and choreographer. Allie received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Modern Dance with a minor in Secondary Education from Texas Christian University (2007), a Master of Educational Policies and Leadership from the University of Texas at Arlington (2014) and she is currently pursuing her doctorate in Educational Policies and Leadership from Texas A&M Commerce.
After graduating from TCU, Allie taught modern dance and hip-hop for non-majors at TCU as an adjunct faculty member, was the inaugural director of the Colleyville Middle School Stars Dance Team and the artistic director for a local dance studio. In 2008 Allie became the dance director at Birdville High School. She has led the varsity dance team to six national titles, coached two teams through the USASF Dance Worlds to a spot in the finals, and founded a junior varsity team and a hip-hop crew. In addition, Allie has built the fine arts dance program to double in size, as well as success with straight ones at the Dance Educators Assessment of Learning.
In striving for excellence in dance education, Allie reaches out beyond her own program. Allie has worked for Marching Auxiliaries Dance as a teacher, choreographer and clinic director. She has judged for the Iowa State Dance and Drill competition. Allie serves on Birdville ISD’s Teaming for Excellence in Education Committee, working to establish and review the district-wide educational goals, objectives, and instructional programs. She actively participates in the Texas Dance Educators Association (TDEA). Allie serves on the DEAL Committee teaching assessments as well as adjudicating through the state of Texas. Allie chaired the registration committee for the 2017 TDEA state convention and was the 2017 recording secretary for the TDEA Executive Board, and currently serves as the TDEA 2nd Vice President.