Lisa LoPinto is a senior at Seton Hall University majoring in Elementary and Special Education with a second major in Environmental Studies. She has worked in many schools in New Jersey as an aide, substitute, teacher’s assistant, and student teacher.
Lisa was a competitive gymnast for 14 years, winning first place in the New Jersey State Championships in 2007 and placing in the National Championships in 2009 and 2010. After deciding to stop gymnastics in high school, she went on to teach it at Diamond gymnastics, where she learned how to spot and teach many tumbling and acrobatic skills. She was part of the first ever dance team at Hanover Park High School for 3 years, winning the title of National Grand Champions at a competition in Disney World. Also in high school, Lisa was involved in choir and theatre and choreographed an original musical called "Typed: A New Musical".
Throughout college, she has coached tumbling classes and privates for cheerleaders and dancers, assisted hip hop, ballet, and jazz classes, and has currently been an acrobatics instructor for 4 years. This upcoming year, she has decided to take dance classes again (jazz, tap, and theatre). Lisa enjoys sharing and teaching her passion for dance, gymnastics, and music with her students.