Megan Mizanty is the artistic director of MizantyMoves Dance Works. Her dances bridge live sound with movement, entangling these disciplines with collaboration at its heart. Megan is currently an Assistant Professor of Dance at Wilson College, where she serves as the director of their undergraduate dance program. As the co-founder of Project Trans(m)it, Megan co-directs this international research project with other global dance artists, exploring dance composition over long distances via technology. The collaborative has produced two dance film festivals, both in London and Philadelphia. Megan has danced with companies in New York and Philadelphia, including Birds on a Wire Dance Theatre, Improbable Stage Productions, LINKED dancetheatre and toured with Matthew Frazier-Smith Dance, among others. She received a BA in English Literature from Ithaca College, and an MFA in choreography and performance from Temple University. Megan was a Dance in Leadership Scholarship recipient from Dance/USA, awarded by the Andew Mellon Foundation, as well as the 2017 Linda Rolfe "New Writer's Prize" from Routledge Publications, from her research with Project Trans(m)it. Her past choreographic work have been commissioned by Susquehanna University, Temple University, Lycoming College, Marywood University, Dickinson College and more.