Dazzle 2015 VIP Dancers
Tamera started her career in Manhattan as an advertising executive in Ralph Lauren’s Home Furnishings Division. After moving to Princeton with her husband Joe, she opened Matteo & Co., a home furnishings store that she ran for 10 years. Tamera is an active community volunteer at her children’s schools and a member of various boards in Princeton, including McCarter Theater and the Princeton Adult School. Tamera is looking forward to being part of a great event to further an even greater cause – helping to raise support and awareness for Young Audiences.
Katie Hughes Redmond
Katie grew up in Princeton and is a graduate of Stuart Country Day School. After attending college in Ohio and living in San Francisco for 5 years, Katie moved back to Princeton with her husband, Aiden. When not busy caring for her 4 children, she enjoys spending time with friends, practicing yoga and running. Katie has served on the parent boards of the Princeton Academy and Stuart Country Day School. She currently serves on the boards of Bedens Brook Club and The Family Guidance Center of Central Jersey. She loves dancing and is excited to be competing at Dazzle and raising money for Young Audiences!
Bryce, a graduate of the University of Colorado, has been in the real estate business for over 30 years. He is the President of Lanwin Development Company and Great Locations, and a broker at Thompson Land Company. He served for three years on the board of the American Red Cross and is an avid sportsman who loves golf, tennis, skiing and racing sleds in Switzerland. Most importantly, he enjoys spending time with his wife Kristen, his son William, and his daughter Finley. Bryce LOVES to dance!
Jeff is Founder and Managing Director of Borden Perlman and is a graduate of Princeton Day School, Bucknell University and St John’s University. He is on the board of the Princeton Area Community Foundation and is the past president of Greenwood House, Home for the Jewish Aged. Jeff is immediate past chairperson of the Mercer Regional Chamber of Commerce and served on the board of The College of New Jersey and the Ewing Lawrence Sewerage Authority. He resides in Princeton with his wife, Sharon, and their two children.