Leslie Scott Bryan, American arts administrator, artist. Member Chicago Dance Coalition (chairman member committee since 1988).
Bryan, Leslie Scott was born on March 5, 1954 in Abington, Pennsylvania, United States. Daughter of Robert Connor and Ann-Barrett Bryan.
Associate in History, University London, 1975. Bachelor in Political Science, Drew University, 1976. Master of Arts in International Administration, School for Internation Training, Brattleboro, Vermont, 1977.
Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Art, Columbia College, 1988.
Program assistant Pearl S. Buck Foundation, Seoul, Republic of Korea, 1976-1977. Bilingual teacher Montessori Bilingual School of La Paz, Bolivia, 1978-1979. Choreographer, director, producer, Un Hombre y El Destino United Nations and Honduran Government, 1982-1983.
Consultant Organization of America States and Honduran Ministry of Culture, Honduras, 1983. Director dance department National University of Honduras, Tegucigalpa, 1979-1986. Founder, director Taller Hondueno de Danza Clasica, 1984-1986.
Executive director Chicago Moving Company, since 1986. Founding member committee of Illinois Dance Companies, since 1987.
Choreographer, dancer numerous works in dance, 1978-1986. Director, producer (film monologue) Dogma, 1988. Author, actor (monologue show) From the Other Side, 1988.
Member Chicago Dance Coalition (chairman member committee since 1988).