Charita Muhammed

A mother of two and spouse of First Class Petty Officer Kaz Muhammad, Charita Muhammed is a 31-year old native of Bloomfield, NJ whom holds a Morgan State University B.S. in Communications-TV/Film Production, Event & Wedding Planning Certification, Advanced Youth Development Certification, Dance Educators of America Certification and has 15 years’ experience in dance instruction as well as a total of 28 years’ experience in dance. Although she attended Marie Wildey School of Dance in East Orange, NJ for 10 years, she considers herself a self-taught dancer. Ever since the age of 3, dance has been her heart, her soul, her passion. She specializes in tap, jazz, hip hop, modern, liturgical and ballet. From the age of 12, Charita has been a chosen choreographer for various non-profit organizations (i.e. Unchained Talent Inc. After School Program, sororities), private schools, churches and random groups of children/teens/adults. Throughout her dance career, she has participated in 15 dance recitals, 3 competitions, and received 26 awards. But that was just the beginning. She always wanted to start a program where students could learn and master all aspects in dance while enjoying it. Therefore, she founded the Anevay Dance Program. The name “anevay” derives from the Native American meaning for “superior.”