Kendra Bollenbach graduated Magna Cum Laude from Temple University's Annenberg School where she earned a Bachelors degree in Broadcast Journalism.
She is a retired professional dancer, choreographer and producer, who trained in various genres of dance, with a concentration in ballet, jazz and tap. Her extensive dance training lended itself to her performing worldwide at various theaters and casinos.
From 1994 - 1997, she held a coveted position as a cheerleader within the NFL Philadelphia Eagles Organization and led her squad in the role of Captain during her final two years.
Kendra receives great joy being involved in various organizations and giving back. Currently, she is serving as a Benefit Committee Member for The Otis School of Art and Design’s Annual Benefit Gala as well as the Children’s Action Network’s Christmas Wreath Benefit which aids the foster children of Los Angeles. She also sits on the board of Salomé Orchestra located in NYC.
Most recently, Kendra is thrilled to have accepted a position on the Board of Face Forward - an organization devoted to helping victims of domestic violence and other violent crimes.
On a personal note, Kendra has an avid yoga practice, enjoys travel, fashion, gardening and sharing time with family and friends.
Kendra is happily married to her husband Christopher and together they enjoy creating family memories with their daughter, Anastasia.