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Phillip Stephens

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Born: April 20, 1954
Current location: Houston, Texas
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Phillip Stephens is a former ballroom dancer, was the 1989 Eastern United States American Smooth Champion. Organizer of the "Transplant Games of America Ballroom" Dance Competition.


Phillip Stephens began teaching in 1972. Owned an independent studio in Houston, TX, for 29 years. Coach for amateur and professional couples; showcase and competition organizer. Organizer of the 2014 "Transplant Games of America Ballroom" Dance Competition.

Phillip was the 1989 Eastern United States American Smooth Champion and has won or placed in the finals of several competitions, including Heritage Classic, Heart of America, Minnesota Open and Ohio Star Ball Championships.

Phillip is a member in the World Dance & DanceSport Council Registered (WD&DSC), Invigilator at Ohio Star Ball Championships and United States Dancesport Championships. USA Dance Adjudicator and lecturer at the Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing Worthing Congress.

Fellowship Degrees with NADTA and USISTD for American Smooth and American Rhythm. Fellowship Degrees with Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing for International Ballroom and Latin.

Also Phillip is examiner for ISTD and USISTD. Former Treasure and Past President, USISTD. Former Member of and Secretary for United States Imperial Society Of Teachers of Dancing Board of Trustees.



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