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the bar of Excellence in Academic & Cultural
Phillips, a native of Atlanta,attended the Westminster
Schools, trained with the Atlanta Ballet, where she was a
member of the elite youth company,and graduated from
Vanderbilt University with multiple degrees.
While at Vanderbilt,Kendrick won the Superior Achievement
in Acting Award.
Upon graduation from Vandy, Kendrick studied at the
prestigious Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London,
England. While in London, she performed
for such noted directors as Sir Peter Hall and Adrian
Noble of the Royal Shakespeare Company.
After training and performing in London,Kendrick returned
to Atlanta, where she has written, directed and produced
two independent films.
She is the founder and director of Kendrick &
Company's Metropolitan Theatre Conservatory in North
Fulton for arts educational enrichment, pre-professional
and professional training in theatre & film, she has
created four trademarked programs: Dramalution™,
Playfest™, and In Love with Shakespeare™, and
Kendrick's In Love with Shakespeare™ program was
selected by the Fulton County Board of Education for the
Odyssey II enrichment program.
The Fulton County Board of Education has also approved
the teen professional touring show.
The teen conservatory made their professional
debut at the Roswell Cultural Arts Center with over 500
people in attendance.
Kendrick also serves as President of the Board of
Directors for Fulton Arts North , a non-profit
grassroots arts organization of 100+ literary, visual and
performing artists and organizations and provides
fiduciary support, arts workshops, & advocacy.
Kendrick develops and implements multi-disciplinary
theatre high school curriculums for area private and
public high schools. She is also a lecturer, motivational
speaker, Arts and Talent adjudicator, Arts educational consultant and public speaking
consultant for numerous nationwide Schools
In addition to founding MTC, Kendrick is a founding member and producer of Wildcat Pictures, LLC.
She has performed nationally and internationally as an actress,director and featured guest vocalist.
Kendrick received Atlanta Magazine's 2003 Women Making a Mark award.