Considered by the press to be one of the best dancers in Mexico in 2010, García holds a Contemporary Dance BA (INBA) and studies in Cultural Management (UDG).
Stephanie is a performer, choreographer, performing arts director, cultural manager, producer, and Director of Punto de Inflexión Dance Company, Co-founder, and Co-Director of PROArtes México. Stephanie has danced with several of the most important choreographers and venues in Mexico, performed in 11 countries of America, Europe, and Africa, and choreographed more than 20 original dance/interdisciplinary pieces. A beneficiary of programs like Banff Center (CAN/2021), NALAC (USA/2021), Outstanding Profile Santander Legacy (MEX/2020), IBERESCENA (Iberoamerican countries/2019), Prince Claus Fund (NL/2019), and seven times awarded by Mexico’s National Culture and Arts Fund grants from 2006-2019.
Since 2008, Stephanie has been working as an arts advocator through the non-profit Sur Oeste Arte Escénico (2008-2019) and since 2017 through PROArtes México. She has facilitated local and international art exchanges between Mexican artists and countries like Uruguay, Cuba, Panama, Brazil, Israel, Spain, Austria, Peru, Colombia, Tunisia, and the U.S.
Awarded by the Center of Latin American Studies and Tinker Research Foundation 2021, García is currently a Sorenson Legacy Fellow 2021-2022; MFA candidate and Graduate Teaching Assistant in the Modern Dance program at the University of Utah.