Meet the Coaches

She began her dance career in 1991. She started hip hop and lyrical dancing in middle school. Upon entering college at the prestigious Bethune Cookman University in Florida, she became a member of the renowned 14 Karat Gold Dancers.
*Ms. Kim
Antanisha started her dancing career at age 6. She danced with Eastern Wayne High School Band. As an elementary student, she competed in various band competitions.
Antanisha
Breanna's journey in the world of dance and cheer is truly inspiring! From her humble beginnings at her local church to cheering for different teams and eventually becoming a coach. Breanna's story is a testament to hard work, perseverance, and a deep love for what she does.
Breanna
Charita started cheering at her elementary school her 2nd grade year, up until her senior year of high school. She was named cheer captain in elementary, middle, and high school.
Charita
Meet DeMorris, also known as "Coach Dee," the Head of Coaches at Dancing Divas of Destruction (Triple D). With a passion for dance and a love for working with children, DeMorris has dedicated over 10 years to coaching and shaping young dancers' destinies.
DeMorris
Richshawnda Johnson, known as Tweet, was born and raised in Miami Gardens, Florida. Tweet made dancing a priority in her life. She’s a former Bethune Cookman University marching wildcat 14-Karat gold dancer captain Of 2019-2020 season.
Richshawnda
Shalona Phillips, also known as Coach Lona, a 32-year-old dance enthusiast hailing from Goldsboro, NC. My passion for dance ignited at the young age of 10 when I embarked on my journey in various dance styles including Hip Hop, Praise & Worship, and Dance Line.
Shalona
Taleace's journey is one of dedication, talent, and leadership across both the cheerleading and dance worlds. She started her cheerleading career at age 8 and continued to excel in the sport throughout her school years, ultimately earning a spot on the school cheer team...
Taleace