Tara Trevorrow trained with Maryhelen Mayfield, John Dennis, and Elisa Fuchs at the School of the Greensboro Ballet. She began performing professionally as a guest artist in North Carolina and continued performing in France while continuing her studies with professors from the Paris Opera Ballet. Upon her return to the United States, she accepted an apprentice contract with Charleston Ballet Theatre. She continued dancing professionally for 12 years with Ballet Dallas, Ballet Memphis, and Dance Alive National Ballet, where she was promoted to Principal Dancer, and with other companies as a guest artist. During her performing career, Ms. Trevorrow taught at the schools affiliated with her professional companies, with many private ballet schools, and as a master teacher for auditions and summer intensives. Ms. Trevorrow is an ABT® Affiliate Teacher who has successfully completed the ABT® Teacher Training Intensive in Pre-Primary through Level 7 and Partnering of the ABT® National Training Curriculum and has successfully presented students for examinations. During and after her professional ballet career, Ms. Trevorrow continued her academic education. She holds a BA (double major in Dance and French) from Goucher College and a JD from the University of Florida, where she served as the Notes and Comments Editor of the Florida Law Review.