was born in the small town of Chalchuapa, coming to the Bay Area later in life, she began her training in West African dance at the age of 15, and soon pursued a more versatile training at San Francisco State University, in which she obtained a BA in Dance and Choreography. Ms. Lucero also had the opportunity to extend her training at the Alvin Ailey School during the summer of 2006. She has performed work by Diamanou Coura/West African Dance Company, Paco Gomes, Annie Rosenthal, Jacinta Vlach, Robert Moses'Kin, and Ron K. Brown. Lucero was invited to present a solo for the Artists of the Voices of Strength Salon YBCA Oct 2012, and also teach a West African Funk master class in the African Diaspora derived series of the 50 Cent Tabernacle, organized by YBCA youth at work in San Francisco Oct 2012. Congo SQ West Kinship Society of Oakland CA, also recognized Lucero's leadership and was honored in teaching a master class for UNITY dance day. Ms. Lucero has taught at Lines Ballet/SFDC, Dance Mission, Sonoma State University, Juvenile Detention Center in the East Bay, High Schools in Oakland including Head Royce, Fremont, McClymond, Elementary School Berkeley Arts Magnet, SF Fitness, Club one and Bay Functional Fitness. Lucero has also been a guest choreographer for Diamano Coura, West African Dance Company presenting "Bittersweet" and also had the privilege to be a part of flying yoga to win, Best of the East Bay 2011 award for "Best Hybrid Exercise--Zumba fitness at flying yoga". This is Ms. Lucero's fifth year teaching at Flying-Yoga & third year at Head Royce ASP teaching kinder, 1-5th and middle school Hip-Hop. In May of 2013 Lucero was invited to teach contemporary technique and choreography to local Dance professionals and Choreographers in Mozambique Africa, with the honor to have trained and put work on the National Dance Company. In addition Ms. Lucero is also a Teaching Artist Specialist for the Alameda County Office Of Education, and a proud full time dance teacher for OUSD at middle school Elmhurst Community Prep School. Lucero embraces her talents and gifts and humbly give thanks to all her master teachers family, community but foremost the Most High.