Precision Auxiliary Corps STAFF
Tanetta Carter - Director & Founder
Tanetta Carter has over 15 years of twirling experience. At the tender age of twelve she realized that baton twirling
could carry her far in life. Over the years she has received many accolades because of her superb baton twirling ability.
Baton twirling landed Tanetta a spot on Fredrick Douglass High School Majorette Squad where she soon became feature twirler
her junior year. Upon graduation she went on to Clark Atlanta University to become their feature twirler. While twirling for
Clark Atlanta she was recruited by Morehouse College as their feature twirler. After graduation she went on to become Co-Director/
Instructor for Touch of Class Twirlers and Dancers. She spent four years as Co-Director, while there she assisted in making
sure the business ran smoothly. Collecting monthly fees, taking attendance, planning events for the season, over seeing fund
raisers and instructing baton classes were just a few duties among many. She is currently The Director of PAC WORLDWIDE home
of Precision Auxiliary Corp and Precision Allstar Cheer where she continues to do those same duties and many more.
MAJORETTELINE & FEATURE TWIRLER Instructors (Baton
Natasha Wilborn - Coordinator & Instructor (Baton Twirling)
NaTasha Wilborn began taking baton classes at the age of 5 with Georgia's Youth
on Parade. Within years of practice and determination she was able to win many awards and honors some which include: runner-up
to Georgia Twirling Queen, 3rd runner up in solo competition, and duet winner. Twirling also gave NaTasha the opportunity
to travel to different areas in the United States like Atlantic City, Orlando, Florida, San Antonio, Texas, and Nashville,
Tennessee where she was able to participate in group and solo competitions. In 1995 she became a majorette for Frederick Douglass
High School. During her involvements as a Frederick Douglass High School Majorette, she became a member of Touch of Class
Twirlers where she was a member for about 5 years.
20 years of experience in baton twirling, NaTasha wants to continue to share her knowledge and skills as an instructor for
Precision Auxiliary Corp.
Deanna Scott - Instructor (Baton Twirling)
Stephanie Hodges - Instructor
Hodges is a native of the beautiful city of Atlanta. She is a product of Atlanta Public Schools where she graduated from Frederick
Douglass High School. While at Douglass she pursued her passion of twirling that she began at the young age of 8 with Touch
of Class Twirlers. As a member of the Mighty Marching Astro Band, Stephanie was an officer on the majorette squad. After graduating
valedictorian at Douglass, she continued her educational journey on to Emory University (Bachelors of Arts in Psychology and
Education) and Mercer University (Masters of Arts in Teaching - Early Childhood Education).Stephanie is currently teaching
at an elementary school in Hampton, GA. She has continued her love for dance and twirling by sponsoring dance, step, and twirling
teams at the elementary schools she has taught at. Her hobbies include reading, shopping, traveling, and of course twirling.
Charmaine T. Smith - Instructor (Baton Twirling)
Charmaine Smith began baton twirling at the age of 8 years
old. Even though she decided to become a cheerleader and a band member from middle to high school, she knew that baton twirling
was her first passion. In the 9th grade, Charmaine decided to leave the marching band and continue pursing her dream of being
a majorette. As part of the Frederick Douglass High School Marching band and auxiliary, Charmaine soon became the co-captain
and captain her junior and senior year. During her time at Douglass High School as a majorette, Charmaine also became a member
of the Touch of Class Twirlers for about 2 years.
Charmaine is currently the majorette sponsor for the Douglass High Majorettes and auxiliary. With over 10 years of
experience in the art of baton twirling, Charmaine plan to continue to share her knowledge and skills as a baton instructor
for Precision Auxiliary Corp.
WINTERGUARD Instructors (Flag/Rifle/Saber Twirling)
Jocelyn Milford - Instructor
Jocelyn learned the art of winterguard pageantry at a competitive level as a freshman at North Clayton High School.
Upon graduation from high school, Jocelyn attended Spelman College,
where she participated in Maroon Tigers Marching Band at Morehouse College as a captain of the Maroon Mystique colorguard.
She has over 10 years of experience with the flag, saber and rifle to contribute to Precision Auxiliary Corp.
Zakiya Cain - Instructor (Flag/Rifle/Saber Twirling)
Zakiya Cain learned the art of winterguard pageantry at a competitive level as a freshman at CreeksideHigh School
in Fairburn, Georgia.
Zakiya graduate from high school in 2009 and now attends Clark Atlanta University.
She continue to train and instruct
competitively in flag, saber and rifle twirling with Precision Auxiliary Corp Performance Teams.
LaTonya Braswell- Instructor
LaTonya Wright Braswell learned the
art of color guard pageantry at a competitive level as a freshman at Las Vegas High School. Her high school band and color
guard were State Champions during her high school years and traveled extensively to competitions around the U.S., including
W.G.I. Upon graduation from high school, LaTonya moved south to attend Spelman College, where she participated in Maroon Tigers
Marching Band at Morehouse College as a color guard member and coordinator. She has over 15 years of experience with the flag
and rifle to contribute to Precision Auxiliary Corps and looks forward to working with you.
DANCE Instructors (Jazz/Ballet/HipHop/Modern/Liturgical)
Angelica Trumer - choreographer & Instructor
Blaire Singleton - choreographer & Instructor
At the age of three, Blaire Singleton began her dancing career that would flourish throughout her
life. She has over 20 years of dancing experience. Her dance instruction began at Rosaan Dance Academy in Columbia, S.C.,
where she was a principal dancer. Over the years she began to study several types of dancing styles at different locations
around the city of Columbia. She was also a company member at Dee Crump School of Dance/Ebony Dance Theatre, under the instruction
of Donna Lewis. While a member, she was featured in the Nutcracker and Sleeping Beauty. She was also a junior company member
of the Columbia Music Festival Association. (CMFA) While attending Spring Valley High school, she was a cofounder of the Latin
dance team. Upon graduation
she went on to South Carolina State University to become the prestigious Champagne Dancers. As a member of the "Marching
101", she traveled to many cities, participated in parades, and featured on BET's airing of the SCSU verses Tennessee
State Game. While at SCSU, she was also a member of the basketball dance team, "Charisma". She was a choreographer
for the squad and picked out the attire of the team. After graduation she went on to become Sponsor/ Choreographer for Ladies
of Jade Dancers at Morrow High school. She spent four years as Choreographer. This allowed her to become the dance instructor
for the Clayton County Mass Band. She is currently an instructor with Precision Auxiliary Corp where she teaches fundamentals
of ballet incorporated with jazz/hip hop.