Becky Armor Campbell

Becky Armor Campbell studied with Cindy and Patrick Bradley throughout her childhood and high school dance career in the South Bay, joining the San Pedro City Ballet in its nascency in 1994. Her fondest performance memories include Swan Lake, Don Quixote, all seasons of The Nutcracker, and Patrick Bradley’s original work affectionately remembered as “Bolero.” After moving with her family to Georgia in 2000, Becky studied at both the Academy of Dance and Dance Arts Studio of Macon, Georgia, where she danced lead roles for The Nutcracker of Middle Georgia, and productions of Dracula and original works. She also won choreography awards for staging local productions of The Music Man and Cabaret. Becky capped off her dance career at the University of Georgia, where she minored in Dance and History and earned her bachelor’s degree in Political Science. Becky parlayed her passion for the arts into a career in fundraising consulting at Coxe Curry & Associates in Atlanta, Georgia. After a 3-year detour to New York City, where she lived with her sister, Rachel Armor Jansen, a fellow San Pedro Ballet School alumna, Becky and her husband returned to Atlanta. Becky now raises their young daughter, Augusta, and serves as president of the Greystone Garden Club. She can’t wait until Augusta is old enough for her first pair of ballet shoes. Becky and Rachel’s mother, Mary Armor, remains on the Board of San Pedro City Ballet after nearly two decades.