Megan Davis started dancing in Austin, TX studying with Tri-Tone (under Tasha Lawson) and Tapestry Dance Company (under Acia Gray). In 2013, she moved to Chicago to pursue her dance and STEM career, earning a M.S. in pure mathematics in 2017. While studying, she was privileged to perform with MADD Rhythms (under Bril Barrett), Tapman Productions (under Tristan Bruns), and Stone Soup Rhythms (under director Lane Alexander and artist in residence Daniel Borak). In 2015, she debuted choreography in Chicago through Audible Odyssey’s artist in resonance program in “Persist: Tap Dance Made by Women”. In 2017 she was one of 25 dancers chosen to participate in the Jacob’s Pillow summer tap program directed by Michelle Dorrance and Dormeshia Sumbry-Edwards. Since then, her choreography has been presented at Navy Pier through the Chicago Human Rhythm Project’s Rhythm World Tap and Percussive Arts Festival and MADD Rhythms Chicago Tap Summit. She has performed internationally in Poland and Switzerland. Most recently, she has performed in “Rhythm ISS… Returns!”, “Feeling Good: A MADD Tribute to Nina Simone”, Dani Borak’s untitled anthology of work while in residency at Chicago Human Rhythm Project, “MADD Rhythms: A Journey of the Dance Through Music” and as a solo artist at the Jazz Showcase for Holiday Rhythms.