Roz-Merie Atim

Rozmerie Atim is a 27year old Ugandan professional dancer, choreographer, artistic director and also a graduate from Makerere University with BA in Dance. She trains in most forms of dance but mostly enjoys Graham techniques, Vogue, whacking, dancehall, Afro house, Jazz, traditional Ugandan dances, Hiphop and African contemporary styles.

In 2008, Roz was recognized and awarded as the 1st runner and best female contestant in the NTV HOTSTEPS dance show. 3 years later, she joined the Obsessions dance troupe and then much later moved to Tabu flo dance company and also Rozviccycathy (RVC) where she is active as a choreographer and dancer to date.

In addition, she has been able to Perform in Berlin and Hamburg(Germany), London(UK), Dublin (Ireland), Geneva(Switzerland), Cape town(SA), Boston anc Dartmouth college (USA), Kigali(Rwanda), Bagamoyo(Tanzania), Nairobi(Kenya) to mention but a few.

Through this she has worked on exclusive projects with different Ugandan artists, international artists, companies and organizations such as Parris Goebel, Sheebah, Maurice Kirya, Mr Eazi, Teckno, Nyanda, International Organization for migration I.O.M,

SARAYA JAPAN,The Association of Dance of the African Diaspora (ADAD) UK, PEPSI, The Breaking Convention UK, UMOJA INTERNATIONAL FLYING CARPET, MISS TOURISM UGANDA, GIZ German Cooperation.

She has also actively participated in a Cross Cultural Dance Course which
is part of the collaboration between the Department of Performing Arts and Film at the Makerere University and the Norwegian College of Dance, to mention but a few.

Roz is also an entrepreneur and owns Mirrors unisex salon Bukoto, which is luxury beauty salon that caters to both male and female beauty, bridal services.

Dancers without purpose have a false start and stop so she uses her talent and passion for the art form to motivate, inspire the young people in society especially the girl child to reach for their goals and ambitions through the art. She has done this through working with MEPROW UGANDA, which is a mentoring, empowerment program for young women and the CLUB RAFIKI, located in Nyamirambo, Kigali, which is dance school for the youngsters using the arts to engage the youth in positive health practices.

She believes the performing arts is a positive tool to change society for better concepts, innovations and mindsets thereby actively participating in this sector to see that this is achieved.