Cherie Hill (she/her) is a dance educator and choreographer whose art explores human expression through the body in collaboration with nature, music, and visual imagery. Cherie has taught dance in the San Francisco Bay Area/Ohlone Territory since 2005. She has published articles on dance in Gender Forum, the Sacred Dance Guild Journal, Dance Education in Practice, and In Dance, and has presented at international conferences including the International Association of Black Dance Conference and the International Conference on Arts and Humanities. An advocate for equity, inclusion, community, and dance, Cherie has presented work on embedding dance, race, and equity into practice at NDEO, National Guild for Community Arts Education, and Alameda County Office of Education conferences. As a choreographer, she has held artist residencies with Footloose Productions, Milk Bar Richmond, the David Brower Center, and CounterPulse's Performing Diaspora Residency Program. Cherie is the Director of Art in Community for HMD/The Bridge Project and is Co-President of the CA Dance Education Association. She holds a BA in Dance and Performance Studies and African American Studies from the University of California Berkeley and an MFA in Dance from the University of Colorado Boulder with graduate certificates in Women and Gender Studies and Somatics.