Gerardo and co-founder Cynthia Chavez began BDCP as a way to connect with and strengthen relationships with their students. Gerardo used his fellowship to expand BDCP, developing the Young Teaching Artist Institute where high school dancers who had been performing with BDCP for more than two years. Dancers received training that prepared them to lead BDCP workshops throughout Baltimore City.
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