Tiara Saddler was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. She attended Stephens College, which was her number one choice. She graduated with a major in Dance and minor in Business Management. She started her love for dance at Studio One Dance Theatre in Chicago. She was heavily trained in ballet with Nicole Clark Springer, jazz with Florence Walker Harris, Horton modern technique with Tracey Franklin, and tap with Robyn Haynes. While still bettering her technique at Studio One, Tiara also landed a job with After School Matters- Dance Ensemble, where she danced with the ensemble all over the Chicagoland area. At Stephens Tiara was trained in ballet by Elizabeth Hartwell, Humphrey-Weidman/Limon, Modern Technique by Deborah Carr and many world dance teachers such as: Nancy Stoy, Russell Sultzbach, Francisco Granciano, Monique Jones, Brandi Coleman, Martha Tornay, David Shen, Hettie Barnhill, Tawanda Chabikwa, Kathryn Alter and Tony Parise. For the past 4 years, after graduating from Stephens, Tiara landed a job as a dance instructor and choreographer at Reflections Dance of McKinney. Now her path has led her to share her passion for this art form at Fly High Dance and Performing Arts.