Hannah Taub is a recent graduate from Texas Tech University. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology with a Minor in Dance. At Texas Tech, she was a part of the award-winning Texas Tech Pom Squad for three years. While on the team, she received four National titles from the NDA Nationals Competition in Daytona, Florida. Hannah has been awarded many opportunities such as traveling to Shanghai, China to perform in the Chinese Tourism Festival, cheer and perform at the Final Four and National Championship game for Texas Tech Basketball in 2019, cheer with Tech Pom on Good Morning America, and perform in Kansas City for the Big 12 Tournament in 2018.

Hannah Taub has been dancing for the past 20 years.  She has learned her training from local Austin studios such as Alisa’s Dance Academy, The Dance Studio, Shining Stars, Star Dancers, MA Dance Project, and Müv Dance & Fitness.  She has trained in styles such as Contemporary, Jazz, Ballet, Hip Hop, Tap, Lyrical, Kick, Pom, Acro, and many more.  Hannah has always been a driven dancer and knew at a young age that dance was what she wanted to do for her lifelong career.

She was introduced to the world of competitive dance at a young age and received many titles, scholarships, and awards.  At age 14, Hannah received a scholarship to The Collective Intensive in Los Angeles, California where she trained with many professional dancers/teachers such as Travis Wall, Abbey Lee, Stacey Tookey, etc.  She was showcased in a contemporary piece choreographed by Peter Chu in The Collective Promotion video and was also selected by Bloc Talent Agency as a standout.  She received other scholarships and awards throughout High School from conventions such as Nuvo Dance Convention, Jump Dance Convention, Artist Simply Human, Tremaine Dance Convention, and Velocity Dance Convention and was awarded Crowd Pleasers National Teen Dancer her sophomore year of high school.

Hannah also has great love and passion for the Drill Team.  She joined The Rouse Royals Dance Team her sophomore year of High School.  She was ranked 2nd lieutenant her Junior year and 1st Lieutenant her Senior year. Throughout her time on Royals, she choreographed many routines and was awarded a scholarship for college from the team her senior year.

Hannah is so excited to be back from college and continue pursuing her dream of teaching and choreographing. She has choreographed for teams such as The Rouse Royals, Veterans Memorial High School, Gateway Stars, and Dripping Springs Hi-Steppers, etc and this is currently her fifth-year choreographing for The Müvment. Many of her pieces have won National Titles and awards for her choreography.

Hannah is so thankful to have been a part of the Muvment Dance Company her senior year and to now continue on with the Müv Family and Faculty as the Assistant Director for The Müvment.