Montana was born and raised in Thunder Bay and started her love of dance at the age of 3.
She is studying Science at Lakehead University, having completed degrees in Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics.
Montana started dancing at age three and has extensive studies in has extensively studied various forms of dance such as, jazz, tap, lyrical, contemporary, ballet, pointe, character, cabaret, musical theatre and modern dancing. She has completed multiple levels of ADAPT jazz, tap, and ballet exams and is a fully certified Instructor in ADAPT jazz and tap exams and as well as in Progressive Ballet Technique (PBT). She Montana started competing since at the age of nine and has won group, duet and solo awards in North American competitions, including Dance America National Finals in Chicago in 2013. She started teaching dance at the age of XX and has Montana has taught and choreographed for students in Canada and The United States.
Montana has performed in many productions, including Moscow Ballet’s Sleeping Beauty, Dancing for a Cure for Alzheimer’s, Breast Cancer (is there a name for this one?), , as well as local productions of the Wizard of Oz and Peter Pan. Throughout her time at Lakehead University, she has also performed and danced with the Lakehead University Dance Team. Montana continues to learn fresh new styles of dance through multiple workshops that help transform and deepen her knowledge of dancing and choreography. Montana is eager to share her love of dance, not just through performing but through her teaching and her students.