Alejandra Duque Cifuentes is an entrepreneur, program developer, activist, artist, and educator. With 10 years of production and stage management experience in theatre and dance, she has toured nationally and internationally. As a teaching artist, Duque Cifuentes taught children and adults of all ages how to express themselves through theater and movement practice in over 100 NYC public schools and through community theatre programs. She currently serves as the Acting Co-Executive Director, Programming and Justice Initiatives at Dance/NYC, a service and advocacy organization for the dance community, where she plays an integral part in advancing a more equitable dance ecology by working on measures to increase access, justice, equity and inclusion within dance for disabled artists, immigrant artists, and artists of color in the five boroughs of New York City. She is a member of the Children Museum of Manhattan’s Dance Portal Advisory Board, and is an advisor for the Latinx Artists Retreat, an annual convening for Latinx cultural producers across all artistic disciplines and fields. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Drama and Theatre Arts from Columbia University School of General Studies.