Nancy Boskin-Mullen

Nancy Boskin-Mullen teaches Dance of Latin America at SWC where she has also taught courses in jazz, modern, and swing dance.  She earned two degrees from UCLA; an MA in Dance and a BA in World Arts and Cultures, with a concentration in World Dance.  Ms. Boskin-Mullen has an eclectic dance background. Her professional experience ranges from cruise line choreographer to Can can dancer, from an international folk dance company to an Afro-Haitian Ensemble.  Ms. Boskin-Mullen teaches at several community colleges in San Diego county, instructing courses in jazz, tap, ballroom and introduction to dance.  Ms. Boskin-Mullen is also a lecturer at California State Universty San Marcos where she teaches Global Modern Dance. She is the resident choreographer for Clairemont High School’s Drama Department, co-choreographing musicals with her husband David Mullen, and the co-director of local tap dance company “The California Rhythm Project.”