Director of Children's Academy/Media Representative
Tony was born and raised in San Diego CA. Always had a passion for dance and started with Ballet Folklorico Ixcuintla (in San Diego) at age 7. In 2011 joined Sabor Mexico Theatrical Company and have been a seasoned dancer as well as teaching the children’s Dance Academy. Tony has worked in Radio and TV since 2005 as Promotions Director & On-Air talent. Currently On-Air Talent on “Z90” (“Local Media of America”) & Production for “M.T.V”.
Giving back to our community is always a must and also serves as a Trustee for “Spreckels Organ Society” (Balboa Park) since 2015. By dance, we hope to help preserve our roots, culture, and traditions. After 26 years of dancing, it is important to encourage new generations to express themselves in dance and hold them to the highest standard in representing our culture.
Born and raised in San Diego, CA, Tony is no stranger to bicultural identities and has always worked to shine a spotlight on Latino arts and culture. Tony’s professional digital marketing experience includes developing outreach campaigns targeting US Hispanics by using Spanish content marketing strategies. Mr. Uribe has previous specialized PR experience in promotional events for local television and radio markets, and produced non-traditional marketing events for the Hollywood film industry utilizing his Bachelor of Science in Marketing. His passion for people and activities turned into co-founding regional hospitality and tourism lifestyle brands.
Tony strongly believes in community volunteer work and is an avid supporter of local entrepreneurs. He teaches digital marketing at the University of San Diego and has always been eager to develop as a Sabor Mexico company dancer since joining in 2012.
Although Tracy’s roots aren’t directly stemmed from Latin America, she has loved the culture since childhood. She was born and raised in beautiful San Diego and has been married since 2004 to her husband of Hispanic heritage and together they raise their 2 wonderful daughters. Upon completion of High School, Tracy went on to Southwestern College to finish her Associate degree while taking medical classes at a nearby trade school. She found a love for bringing positivity into a child’s life while working for the La Mesa-Spring Valley School District. Tracy was able to work as a school clerk, a teacher’s aid, as well as a paraprofessional in Special Education within the district’s various schools and quickly, saw the way a positive attitude can change a child’s outlook on their own capabilities.
Before Tracy found DanzArts, she knew she wanted a dance company that would encourage and push her daughters to do their absolute best while building confidence and self-esteem; a company that cares about the child as a whole, with each one being unique and with abilities that vary. With much joy, she came upon DanzArts!
Tracy and her family have been a part of DanzArts since 2015. In 2017, Tracy was chosen by Patricia Astorga-Casey to be the Treasurer of the DanzArts fast-growing company. Patricia has a passion for a dancer’s success that is inviting and contagious! Tracy feels blessed to be not only the Treasurer of a growing company but a tool in bringing Patricia’s dream to fruition.
Victor was born and raised in San Diego, CA. He has been in the Information Technology field since 2001. He currently holds a B.S. in Computer Science/Network Administration and a handful of certifications in Google Administration, Security, and A+. Victor has applied his technological skills at K-12 schools, the university level, and in the public sector. He has also sat on the board of directors for various youth organizations including Little League Baseball, Pop Warner Football, and Ballet Folklorico. He is currently the father of a child in DanzArts of San Diego, Children's Academy.