Ronne is a Florida native with a background in dance spanning over 29 years. Her earliest exposure to African dance was at the Orlando School of Cultural Dance. She was also a company member of Kuumba in Tampa, Florida and Adefua Dance Company in Seattle, Washington. She has traveled extensively to study West African dance under the instruction of countless masters in this field. For the past 16 years she has conducted a community dance class to connect to people who shared her love for dance and culture. Ronne has taught several classes for Indiana University and was a lead instructor for the African American Dance workshops at Indiana University in Bloomington for 2 years. She has worked as an instructor and choreographer with the Urban Arts Consortium, Kenyette Dance Company, Assante Childrens Theater, Jewel Christian Academy, Ben Davis Dance team, Central Indiana Dance Academy, Indy Dance Academy, Circle City Dance Productions and Kids Dance Outreach. Under the direction of visiting International Artist Micheal Williams, she was the lead choreographer for Butler Universities' production of "The Water Carriers" in 2014. She also performed in and was the lead choreographer for the Phoenix Theater production of "Dontrell who kissed the Sea" in 2015. Past performances include opening for national recording artist Raheem Devaughn, the Christel DeHaan annual fundraiser, and Eskenazi health. Ronne obtained a Fine Arts degree from Indiana University in 2010. Her exposure to teaching children over the past 17 years through the Iibada Dance Company has allowed her to develop her own programs currently as a teaching artist with Arts For Learning (formally Young Audiences).