Paula, a native of Toronto, has been active in the dance community as a performer, teacher and choreographer for over ten years. She has studied under Maxine Ross and William Orlowski in Toronto, and Brenda Buffalino, Heather Cornell, Margaret Morrison, Buster Brown and Jeannie Hill in New York City. She is the Founder of the Toronto based Tap dance company Turn on The Tap, which has performed at many events including Just Jazz at the Betty Oliphant Theatre. Some of Paula's performance credits include Reminiscing in Rhythm at the Ballet Met Studios in Columbus Ohio, Dances Para Sone with Manhattan Tap in New York City, and Monk Tribute with Sole Full Of Rhythm in Ypsilanti Michigan. Paula is presently on the faculty at Sheridan College in Oakville where she teaches Tap dancing and dance performance in the Musical Theatre Program. Paula also integrates dance in the Toronto schools with Learning Through The Arts, a Toronto based program in conjunction with The Royal Conservatory of Music. In April 2002 Paula co-wrote, produced and directed as well as performed in the dance show Two Women Who Tap in Toronto.