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Megan Jacobs

Marketing and Promotions Coordinator


Megan Jacobs is a Professional Ballet Dancer, Marketing Manager, and Co-Founder of the Diversity in Dance Scholarship Program at City Ballet of San Diego. In her various roles, she has spearheaded marketing campaigns and special events, including the implementation of sensory-friendly performances for children with autism.

Megan is from Petaluma, CA where she recieved classical ballet training at North Coast Ballet California from Tamara Statkoun (former ballerina with Mikhailovsky Theatre). She later trained at San Francisco Ballet, Boston Ballet, and Pacific Northwest Ballet (Seattle, WA) where she recieved a full scholarship to attend the company's pre-professional program.

In her professional career at City Ballet of San Diego, Megan has danced various soloist and principal roles including 'Mercedes' in Don Quixote and 'Myrtha' in Giselle. She has also had the privilage to dance in twelve ballets by George Balanchine, the "Father of American Ballet" and Co-Founder of New York City Ballet. Her featured Balanchine works include 'Solo Girl' in Rubies, 'Dark Angel' in Serenade, 'Choleric' in The Four Temperaments, 'Embraceable You' in Who Cares?, ' Second Principal Pas de Deux' in Emeralds,  and ' Principal Pas de Deux ' in Agon.

Megan currently works as the Marketing and Promotions Coordinator for the Theatre and Dance Department at the University of California, San Diego.  


B.A. Public Relations - California State University
A.A. Journalism - San Diego Mesa College


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