Born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri, Jocelyn Green trained under Donna Patzius-Hill for thirteen years. She attended summer intensives on scholarship with Atlanta Ballet, Ballet West, and American Ballet Theatre as well as with the Conservatory of Dance in Madrid, Spain. After high school Jocelyn studied at SUNY Purchase College, Conservatory of Dance, where a highlight was performing George Balanchine's Serenade at Jacob’s Pillow dance festival. Jocelyn spent two seasons with Nashville Ballet’s second company and enjoyed dancing in many outreach performances as well as in main stage productions. Some of Jocelyn’s favorite roles since joining Dayton Ballet have included Juliet in Septime Webre’s Romeo and Juliet, Sugarplum Fairy and Arabian in Karen Russo Burke’s The Nutcracker, Lilith in Burke’s Dracula: Bloodlines, and Tinkerbell in Webre’s Peter Pan. She has also loved working with contemporary choreographers Gina Patterson and Amy Seiwert. Jocelyn loves the community of Dayton and is excited to be back for her fifth season with Dayton Ballet!