Jorday Rivera is not only the first female salsa instructor in N.Y, but she is also the first in Queens. She has a background in mambo, cha-cha, Latin jazz, merengue, bachata, and Afro Cuban and has danced with many a living legend including the Tito Puente Orchestra, Celia Cruz, Eddie Palmieri, Oscar D'Leon, Victor Manuelle, Ismael Miranda, Roberto Roena, and Tony Vega to name a few. Jorday has also participated in two world tours, five European tours, and numerous USA tours where she was sought out to teach master workshops in Latin dance and showcase her dance company Mambo’s Finest. This dance company has graced the stage of Madison Square Garden, Carnegie Hall, the Apollo Theater, the soap opera “All My Children," The Latin Grammys, Lincoln Center, and many music videos. Jorday is proud to be the founder/owner of two dance studios in Queens, New York.