Raymond Ejiofor is a recent graduate of Carnegie Mellon University with B.S. in Decision Science with a double minor in Engineering Studies and Technology and Policy. Ejiofor is a recipient of the prestigious Gates Millennium Scholarship and continuing his studies as a graduate student in the Masters of Public Health Program at the University of Southern California. Raymond began his training under Judith Rhodes Calgaro in Arlington, Va. While balancing academics and artistry Raymond has worked with various choreographers including Sidra Bell, Camille A. Brown, Kyle Abraham, Darrell Grand Moultrie, Cindera Che, Princess Mhoon, Jamie Nichols, Pearlann Porter, Christopher Huggins, and Robert Battle. He has also had the opportunity to train/work with the Los Angeles based Brockus Project Dance Company as well as the Los Angeles Contemporary Dance Company. Some of his performance credits include Toshiba International Industrial, SummerStage NYC, Jazz Dance World Congress, Pittsburgh Opera, Lupe Fiasco, and Little Dragon. Under the direction of Greed Reed, Ejiofor is a founding member of August Wilson Center Dance Ensemble (AWCDE), which was recently named "25 to Watch" in 2012 by Dance Magazine. As a teaching artist, he has been a faculty member/master class instructor of number of studios and universities in the Greater Pittsburgh region such as Carnegie Mellon University, University of Pittsburgh, Laura Lynn's School of Dance, Hill Dance Academy Theater (HDAT), Morgantown Dance, Abby Lee Dance Company, Candy Apples Dance Studio. A dynamic supporter of the arts Ejiofor serves on the Board of Directors for HDAT in Pittsburgh, PA as well as Social Media Manger for AWCDE.