CMU Ballroom Dance Club
Instructor Bios

Kim Judd has been dancing for the last 14 years and teaching for the last 7 years.  She holds a degree in ballroom dance from Brigham Young University where she graduated as valedictorian of the dance department.  She was a member of BYU's Ballroom Dance Company touring team for three years and traveled to 12 different countries.  BYU's team has been the United States Formation Team Champions for over 14 years and has won numerous championships at the British Open Championships in Blackpool (see  Kim has competed with her husband Glenn in both Latin and Standard at the Championship Amateur level and has placed in finals numerous times.  Kim has taught students of all ages including a youth formation team, ballroom courses at BYU, and adults in a studio setting.

*Kim is teaching 2004 beginner and intermediate ballroom dance lessons.


Jack Lim has been dancing for about 6 years, when he first came to Carnegie Mellon. He loved it so much that he became president of the club his second year and has continued being an active member and dance competitor ever since. From 2001-2002, he picked up Salsa and West Coast Swing in Portland, Oregon, and led a salsa formation team to 3rd place in the 2002 NW Regional Dancesport Championships. To give back to the community that has provided such a wonderful social environment at CMU, Jack started volunteering beginner dance classes in summer 2003. Being enthusiastic about dancing is second nature to many dancers and if you are new to dance, Jack hopes you bestow him the privilege of welcoming you into this fun and exciting activity.

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