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Whitney McIntosh-Joseph, originally from a small town in upstate New York, has devoted over 15 years to a thriving career in dance, acting, and arts leadership in the heart of the Big Apple. Her remarkable journey encompasses a five-season tenure as Principal Dancer with ASHA Dance Company to performances in original Off-Broadway plays and musical theater productions.


A seasoned stage actress and dancer, Whitney made a seamless transition into the world of on-screen (TV, Film & Commercial) acting during the challenging times of the COVID-19 lockdown in 2020. You might have recently spotted her in action on "Law & Order: SVU," sharing the screen with actor Ice-T, or in the TV Movie "Thin Like Me" on BETHer's “The Couch”, a production skillfully directed by actress Meagan Good. Her diverse portfolio also includes performances in the NYC tour of PBS American Portrait Series, "The House our Families Built," and appearances in National Commercials for renowned brands such as Martha Stewart, Christmas Tree Shops and Vinted. Whitney proudly obtained her membership to SAG-AFTRA (The Screen Actor’s Union) in 2023, marking a significant milestone in her journey in the world of screen acting.


But Whitney's impact extends beyond the stage and screen. As a non-profit leader, she dedicated over a decade to Victory Music & Dance Company, where she served as the Artistic & Education Director and Co-founder of the Dance Academy. Her influential role included teaching, arts leadership, and producing main stage events. Her unwavering passion for leveraging the arts as a dynamic tool for community engagement and social change traces back to the young age of 15 when she taught her first dance class to underserved youth at the Schenectady, NY Boys & Girls Club. Her two-year commitment to making a positive difference was recognized with the National George Bush Presidential Scholarship for Volunteerism. This journey led Whitney to earn her Bachelor’s degree in Dance with a minor in Acting & Communications Studies at Long Island University, Brooklyn Campus (Go Sharks!). Whitney has also held multiple arts leadership roles with renowned organizations such as Carnegie Hall’s Weill Music Education Program, Long Island University's Dance Department, and Dancing Classrooms Inc.


Outside the limelight, Whitney finds joy in life's simple pleasures. She's a karaoke enthusiast who loves belting out tunes with her family and friends, a devoted volunteer for community arts programs, a budding writer, a dedicated student of the Haitian Kreyòl language, and a nature lover who finds serenity hiking on the trails of Brooklyn’s Prospect Park.

Now, she's now inviting you to join her on the exciting journey into the worlds of acting, dance, and the vibrant NYC arts scene, all while living the life of an artist in the city. Join her on this captivating adventure by subscribing to her YouTube channel today!

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