Sylvia Dash is an accomplished, driven, forward thinking Empowerment Engineer with a passion for youth development and growth of the Performing Arts within South Africa. She has a love for children and is extremely passionate about the development of the Youth. (Both Etiquette, Life Skills and Leadership) Extensive Experience in Life Coaching and Development of leadership skills.
She is the owner of the National Academy of Performing Arts (NAPA), a Director of the National Arts Association, a Shareholder and the organiser of the Bedford Eisteddfod and Eisteddfod of the South.
Sylvia is an accredited Adjudicator for various Local and Regional Eisteddfod’s including the Alberton Eisteddfod Primary, Gauteng Public Speaking, Gauteng Redenaars, Teatro Arti.
She organises, co-ordinates and choreographs Talent competitions, Beauty Pageants and Eisteddfods.
She is qualified as a Trainer and Adjudicator. She runs a Girls Empowerment Program called Pearls4Girls, allowing young girls to find their passion and purpose in life.
On the personal front she is married to Michael and has two beautiful daughters aged 12 and 16, named Veronique and Cassandra.
Her vision is to create a fully integrated Performing Arts centre offering Drama, Dance, Model, Art and Music. Basically offering a ‘one stop shop’ in a safe environment for children.