A native of Princeton, NJ, Kennedy Roese started training at Princeton Ballet School and under Kyra Nichols. Kennedy went on to train at The School of Pennsylvania Ballet under William DeGregory and Arantxa Ochoa, eventually dancing with Pennsylvania Ballet in works such as Balanchine's The Nutcracker, Serenade, Western Symphony, Raymonda Variations and Four Temperaments as well as Angel Corella's Don Quixote and Le Corsaire. Additional training includes summer courses at Boston Ballet, Oregon Ballet Theater, Ballet Arizona, and Washington Ballet. Since moving to New York, Kennedy has danced with Eglevsky Ballet, Movement Headquarters Ballet, MorDance, Dances Patrelle, Tom Gold Dance, and works by Jerome Robbins, Antony Tudor, Silas Farley, Antonio Carmena, and Durante Verzola. In addition to her dance career, Kennedy is also a student at Columbia University pursuing a degree in Art History and Business Management. Kennedy is delighted to be part of Neville Dance Theater.