Tracy Solomon is known throughout the Southeast Alabama area as a dance educator, choreographer and teacher. She has owned and operated The Dothan School of Dance since 1976 and the Enterprise School of Dance since 1996. She founded and has successfully directed the Southeast Alabama Dance Company (SEADAC) from 1979-2005. She currently serves as the Executive Director for SEADAC. She devoted most of her time to building her schools with an excellent reputation in all forms of dance with an emphasis on classical ballet.
She currently serves as President of Regional Dance America, past President of the Southeast Regional Ballet Association, Past President of Dance Masters of America #33, past board member of The Alabama School of Fine Art, board member of The Cultural Arts Center and The Alabama Dance Council. Tracy has been a member of Dance Masters of America 35 years
Tracy received the J.E. Saliba “Friend of the Arts” award in 2009 for her dedication to the art of dance. Her students have been seen on National TV to include “America’s Got Talent,” “Star Search” and “So You Think You Can Dance.” Tracy has had students who have won the Petite, Junior and Teen Miss Dance of America titles along with many other regional and national awards.