A True Servant Leader, Choreographer, Minister, Teacher, Wordsmith, Author, Bride, Mother and Coach. Maximillion has facilitated creative movement workshops for both individuals and organizations such as Craig Academy, Holy Family Institute and Hosanna House where she led teams that facilitated dance, drama and acro technique for over 400 campers ending in two of her original works as an aspiring Playwright.
Maximillion has performed at the August Wilson Theatre as a choreographer and soloist in Celebration of Families, at PNC Park’s Gospel-Fest, as a premier dancer and company leader for the Pittsburgh 250 Celebration at Heinz Hall and has served as the official dance leader of both Judah Ministries International and the Pittsburgh Gospel Choir.
In addition, Maximillion has served locally as a Dance Coach for Robert Morris University for its 2008-2009 Basketball season and travels Internationally teaching choreography and ministering in Dance and in the Word.
Maximillion holds a Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership from Geneva College and is currently pursuing a Master of Divinity Degree at Trinity School for Ministry in Ambridge, Pennslyvania. Maximillion considers herself a lifetime learner. She is a former Phi Ro Pi California State, and National Speech and Debate Champion. In 2013 she was inducted into the Nu Delta Alpha Honor Society.
Prior to the formation of All Nations Dance Inc, she used her background in public speaking as an Education Specialist for Women’s Center and Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh. As an Educational Specialist she facilitating Dating and Domestic Violence Awareness and Prevention Presentations, psycho-educational groups and one on one counseling in Pittsburgh Public High Schools, Domestic Violence Awareness presentations for both private and community groups, and served as an active member of the F.B.I Adopt.A.School Advisory Board for over 5 years.
She has served as a member of the Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre School's TEACH Advisory Group and currently serves on the Council of Advice for the Office of Black Ministries for the National Episcopal Church; through which she provides professional Coaching to Clergy and Lay Leaders.
D. Maximillion Elliott-Quinerly