Kristina Windom trained at The Washington Ballet with Mary Day, Robert Steele, Julio de Bittencourt, and Patricia Berrend, later joining the company under the artistic direction of Choo San Goh. At The Washington Ballet, she danced the repertory of Mr. Goh, Marius Petipa, George Balanchine, Paul Taylor, Judith Jamison, and Fernand Nault, to name a few. Ms. Windom later joined the Cleveland Ballet, performing in works by Dennis Nahat, Flemming Flindt, and Kurt Joos. She also danced professionally for Alonzo King’s Lines Ballet, Eric Hampton Dance, and The Washington Opera.
Ms. Windom has been adjunct faculty at George Mason University for nine years, where she teaches dance to majors and non-majors, lectures in dance appreciation and is an invited guest speaker on somatic studies. Ms. Windom is a student of Irene Dowd and has completed intense course training to teach her concepts and choreography. She holds a Master degree of Fine Arts from George Mason University.
Ms. Windom is Head of Faculty and a principal teacher at The Washington School of Ballet, where she also is a guest ballet master for The Washington Ballet, Washington Ballet Studio Company, and for the Trainee program.