Margaret Mullin is dedicated to furthering dance in the United States. She is a Soloist dancer with Pacific Northwest Ballet in Seattle, performing leading roles in works by Crystal Pite, Victor Quijada, Justin Peck, William Forsythe, George Balanchine, and more. In 2011 she was the recipient of a prestigious Dance Fellowship Award from the Princess Grace Foundation USA, for her talent as a dancer and her potential to impact the art form. Margaret is the director and producer of upcoming documentary dance film No Dominion: The Ian Horvath Story, which celebrates the life of late dance champion and AIDS awareness advocate Ian Horvath. She is the host of the dance podcast Beyond the Barre, part of the Premier Dance Network on iTunes. Ms. Mullin is passionate about her choreographic career, having created works for Pacific Northwest Ballet, Pacific Northwest Ballet School, Ballet Arts, and Ballet Tucson. She serves as resident guest instructor for Ballet Tucson and also instructs dance in a freelance capacity. Margaret has been featured in Dance Magazine's "On the Rise", Dance Informa Magazine, Dance Lifestyle, Balancing Pointe podcast, Discount Dance Supply as a representative, Pointe Magazine, and Seattle Magazine. As a student she trained with Ballet Arts Tucson and Pacific Northwest Ballet School on full scholarship and was the recipient of a Thurber Scholarship Award in 2003 and 2004. Ms. Mullin will appear as a guest speaker at the Dance/USA annual conference in June 2017.