Andrea Toledo
Co-Director / Office Manager / Tap / Ballet
Andrea has been dancing for over 25 years, having received her earliest dance training here in Jacksonville at Barbara Thompson School of Dance in Ballet, Tap, Jazz, and Hip Hop. She performed during halftime at multiple Jacksonville Jaguars games as a member of the Jr. Roar, and was also a member of the Jr. Professional Roar in 2003 where she performed on the sidelines alongside The Roar of the Jaguars.
She is a professional tap dancer and is the Assistant Director of Noise Complaint - Tap Dance Theatre. She is also the Tap instructor and Tap Program Director at Ponte Vedra Ballet and Fusion Performing Arts. She is a Jacksonville native and a diehard Jacksonville Jaguars fan.
Jenne Vermes
Co-Director / Tap / Jazz / Ballet / Contemporary / Company
Jenne has been dancing for 36 years, and it is truly her greatest passion in life. She grew up in Parkland, FL where she received great foundations of dance training, and then went on to study music for her B.A. and earned two Master's degrees in education at Florida State University. She is currently the Artistic Director of two professional tap companies: Noise Complaint - Tap Dance Theatre and Rhythm Theory Tap Ensemble.
Over the past 19 years, Jenne has taught at several competitive dance studios. Additionally, she was a dance captain and founding member of the professional tap New York City based tap dance company, #Taplife, and she has toured as a dancer/singer for the internationally acclaimed band, The Cruxshadows, which has allowed her to travel across Europe, The Caribbean and North America, dancing on international stages.
She has many passions outside of dance as well. She is a full time Math and Music teacher for K-12 schools and an adjunct instructor at SJR State College She is a professional musician and singer/songwriter, releasing original music and parody songs as a soloist while also working as a lead singer for a local band. She is also an author/writer and a YouTuber/content creator.
Sean Mansfield
Co-Director / Art Program Director / Hip Hop / Self-Defense
Sean is a visual artist of a variety of mediums, from photography to digital art to videography to commercial art and more. He specializes in photo manipulations and digital drawing and he absolutely loves to share his skills and his passion for art with his students. He has a degree in Art with a specialization in New Media Design from Florida School of the Arts, and he has been working as a professional artist for over 20 years.
Additionally, Sean is a professional tap dancer with Noise Complaint - Tap Dance Theatre, and he serves as part of the leadership team within the company. Outside of the arts, he works full time in finance and is also a YouTuber/content creator.
Kimberly G. Cadley-Mach
Ballet / Pre-Pointe / Pointe / Jazz / Company
Kimberly was a founding performing member, choreography, and Ballet Mistress for Ashland Regional Ballet in Ohio for a span of 18 years before moving to Florida. She was chosen by such choreographers as Cecil Slaughter (Dayton Contemporary Dance Co.), Joseph Glowick (Cleveland Ballet), Darwin Prioleau (Kent Stat Univ.), Richard Dickinson (Ohio Ballet), and world renowned teacher and coach Laura Alonzo to dance in their ballets.
Kimberly holds a Master's Degree in Education, a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre and a Bachelor of Music with a concentration in vocal education. She has choreographed Freaky Friday, at Orange Park Community Theatre, and after a hiatus of performing on the stage for herself, Kim has been seen as Marge Mcdougal in Promises, Promises, Tanya in Mamma Mia, and Mrs. Potts in Beauty and the Beast. For 18 years she taught drama, dance and music and was the Technical Director of the Performing Arts Center for 8 years at St. Johns Country Day School. While there she started the dance program and directed such musicals and plays as Putnam County Spelling Bee, Clue: On Stage, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Suessical, and Little Shop of Horrors. 
Currently she is a Behavioral Health Paraprofessional at Montclair Elementary as she chauffeurs around her busy family. Kimberly resides in Middleburg with her husband Michael and her four children, Aleksandra, Michela, Jillian, and Jonathon.
Chelsea Hurlbut
Chelsea grew up and began dancing in Jacksonville, Florida where she trained in a wide range of styles including Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Modern, Contemporary and Hip Hop. Chelsea has had extensive performance experience, competing in many dance competitions including Youth America Grand Prix, and performing in shows like the Nutcracker with the Florida Ballet of Jacksonville. Chelsea's love of dance continued as she attended the University of South Florida, receiving a BA in Dance Studies.
In the summer of 2018, Chelsea had the opportunity to complete a study abroad program in Paris under the direction of Michael Foley. Here, she had the privilege of taking dance classes from choreographers all around the world, as well as see performances from works by Crystal Pite, Kyle Abraham, and Kibbutz Dance. Chelsea was a dance instructor at Arts Edge for two years before attending college and has now returned to Arts on the Edge with more knowledge and love to give to her students.