Co-founder, Creator and CEO of Cool Moms Dance Too, Quyionah Wingfield is the original “Cool Mom” dubbed as Cool Moms Qui. She is a certified group fitness professional specializing in family dance fitness. Quyionah is a New Jersey and New York native currently residing in Decatur, GA. Quyionah is a winner of A3C Action Summit Pitch competition and accelerator. Additionally, Quyionah is a SBA Innovate HER Finalist, EnrichHER finalist, 2018 Emory University Goizueta Business School Start:ME acceletator alum, 2019 Center for Civic Innovation Fellow.
Quyionah has led CMDToo working community programing with organizations such as NAMI GA, GA PTA Association, ReImagine:ATL/Spanx, Hip-Hop Going Green, Alzheimer’s Association and V103 the people’s station to name a few.
Co-Founder of Cool Moms Dance Too, Jaira JazzElle is a dancer, web designer author and comic book superhero from Decatur, GA. Jaira has studied dance with Kameo Production Studios, Ballethnic Dance Company and attended acting class at the Alliance Theatre. Her favorite color is blue and her influences are Misty Copeland and Camryn Harris. She love’s writing music singing and dancing. Her future aspiration is to be a dance teacher and own her own dance studio. As a contributing member of Cool Moms Dance Too! Jaira assists with choreography, product design and marketing. Jaira is the author of The Bully Police publishing by Jazzelle Publishing.
Co-founder, Serenity Wingfield-Green is an artist, gymnast, author, comic book superhero and dancer from Decatur, GA. Serenity has studied with Kameo Production Studios, Ballethnic Dance Company and attended acting class at the Alliance Theatre. Her favorite color is purple and influences are Gabby Douglas and Simone Biles. She loves to dance, sing and attend gymnastics practice. Serenity’s future aspirations are to become a chemist, gymnastics teacher and a singer. Serenity is the author of The Bully Police publishing by Jazzelle Publishing. As a contributing member of Cool Moms Dance Too! Serenity brings choreography and creative direction.
Azariah McCall (Reverse Queen) is an artist, dancer and comic book superhero from Atlanta, GA. Azariah has studied with Ballethnic Dance Company, cheer with Rex park at age 4 and attended acting class at the Alliance Theatre. Her favorite color is light blue and influences are Ayo and Teo. Her future aspiration is to be an owner of a dance and hair studio. As a contributing member of Cool Moms Dance Too! Azariah is a part of the live performance team.
Key Roebuck (know to many as Luckii) is an entrepreneurial spirited mom with a love for the arts, entertainment, and expressing herself creatively.Her love for the arts pushed her in the direction of dance, resulting in years of dance experience: from there her passion to perform and entertain flourished, which also lead her daughter, Azariah to develop a passion for dance herself.
Key is currently the co-host for a podcast on YouTube, called Behind Closed Doors, that provides a platform for individuals to come together and have authentic conversations without prejudice and preconceived biases.
Key is passionate about becoming her greatest version while inspiring others to do the same. In the future, she wishes to cultivate herself more as an entrepreneur and to advocate both health and fitness as a part of her lifestyle. She believes that as long as you are following your passion, it’ll take you wherever you want to go.