Emmy Nominated choreographer, Chloé Arnold, was discovered at a young age in Washington, DC by Debbie Allen. Chloé's choreography has been featured on hit TV shows such as So You Think You Can Dance, Good Morning America, the Ellen Show, The Talk, John Legend and Chrissy Teigen's A Legendary Christmas, and over 50 episodes of The Late Late Show With James Corden. Chloé Arnold is the founder of the hit Female Tap Sensations Syncopated Ladies. They have over 70 million views online, receiving praise from Beyoncé, Whoopi Goldberg on The View, as well as many other celebrities and news outlets around the world. Some of their credits include The Ellen Show, Good Morning America, So You Think You Can Dance, Global Citizen Week, New York Fashion Week, Essence Fest, Imagine Justice (featuring Common, J. Cole, and Andra Day), Glamour Women of the Year Awards, Billie Jean King Leadership Initiative at the US Open, CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund, The Women in the World Summit, Democratic National Convention, Beyoncé's Ivy Park Launch at Top Shop London, and many more. Chloé recently was named one of LeBron James' "The Strongest," a campaign featured in Essence to celebrate his 16th Nike Sneaker release, was on The Root 100 List, and was featured in Shonda Rhimes and Microsoft's "Language of Leadership" panel discussion. Chloé is also an entrepreneur who holds a degree from Columbia University. She and her sister co-founded Chloé and Maud Productions, DC Tap Festival, and co-produced the award-winning documentary TAP WORLD with Hollywood Executive Producer Dean Hargrove.