Jessica Ward is the principal of the Elmhurst School for Dance in Birmingham, United Kingdom, a world-renowned centre of excellence for the training and education of dancers. In 1999, she graduated in Dance Theatre at the Laban Centre, now Trinity Laban in London, and gained a Postgraduate Diploma in Dance Performance. She entered a successful career in dance education and became a senior leader in secondary schools, receiving the NPQH qualification from the National College for School Leadership. She was appointed principal of the Elmhurst School for Dance in September 2010.
About Jessica Ward
American romance writer who is known for her series like Black Dagger Brotherhood and The Moorehouse Legacy Series. Her first novel, Leaping Hearts, was published in 2001.
She holds a bachelor degree from Smith College, with a double major in history and art history. She received a law degree from Albany Law School.
She writes contemporary romance novels under her maiden name Jessica Bird, and paranormal romance novels under J.R. Ward.
Her parents are W. Gillette Bird, Jr. and Maxine F. Bird. She married John Neville Blakemore III in 2001.
Barbara Wood is another well-known American romance novel.
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