Ms. Daman has studied the art of dance and movement for over
twenty years. She originally learned the
structure and discipline by way of the St. Louis Ballet Training School, St. Louis
Academy of Dance and many more conservatory programs, etc.
She has formally studied Spanish Flamenco,
Irish Clogging, Hawaiian Hula along with the standard tap, jazz and lyrical. During her study abroad in Geneva,
Switzerland she studied Pilates (which was instructed in French). She later used both the physical training and
linguistical training experience as backing to support her fluency in French.
Upon returning to the states, she earned her
Bachelor’s degree in French language and culture.
Graduating early from Webster University, St. Louis, Ms.
Daman embarked on an entrepreneurial journey of commencing her own company, the
Cultural Arts Center of St. Louis, LLC. Honoring
those that serve our nation, she provides art-based educational outreach
programs to soldiers, veterans and their families along with the Greater St. Louis community.
Linguistically Ms. Daman is fluent in French, Italian and
Spanish. She can be instructed to follow
orders in any of these languages along with basic knowledge of Portuguese.
Regarding authorship, Ms. Daman has published eleven books
and the twelfth is set-to-ready to be printed.
Her first book, Bridging St. Louis One Cultural Step at a Time, was the
book that she launched originally touching on the business management and entrepreneurship. She has plans of authoring additional publications
in the near future.
My all-time favorite show is LOST. Similar to the main character Jack (LOST TV Series), I’m not one
to sit back and take a passive approach on any aspect of my life, personal or
professional. The show is about making
your own destiny and carving your own path in life. I believe strongly in the principal of “listen
to your instincts.”