Originally from Dallas, Texas, Jessi Stegall is a dance-theatre artist, applied ethicist, educator, and filmmaker based between Boston, MA and Chicago, IL. She has been an artist-in-residence at Boston Center for the Arts, Harvard ArtLab, National Parks Service, Rhode Island Women's Choreography Project, Windhover Performing Arts Center, and was recently featured as one of Dance Magazine's "25 to Watch" (2022). Her choreographic work has been featured at Boston Center for the Arts, Tufts University, the Dance Complex, Motion State Dance Film Festival, and Emergence Festival. As a dancer, Jessi has performed works by Raja Feather Kelly, Jill Johnson, Ilya Vidrin, Ali Kenner Brodsky, Mariel Pettee, and Jamila Glass. In addition to her work in dance, Jessi holds an M.S. in Bioethics from Harvard University, a B.S. in Expressive Art Therapy from Lesley University, and is an alumna of Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts.