Tatum Graham is a persistent, motivated, and joyful person who never hesitates to let an opportunity slip through her fingers. She is currently majoring in Public Health at The University of North Texas and minoring in Emergency Management. Tatum has danced since the age of two training in modern, contemporary, ballet, pointe, African, jazz, hip-hop, ballroom, acro, and drill team.
In 2019, Tatum was a contestant on FOX TV’s So You Think You Can Dance “Academy Round”. Tatum is a three time American Dance and Drill Team National Solo Champion and multi award winning competition title holder. In 2018, she was selected to travel to Osaka, Japan to perform as a soloist and company member of the Texas All Star Dance Team at the Miss Japan Drill Team Competition. She attended Rockwall High School where she had the honor to serve as the 2017-2018 Captain of the Stingerettes drill team. Tatum had the wonderful opportunity to perform as the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade opening act in 2018 and in Disney Springs (2011 and 2018). On Thanksgiving Day, 2015, Tatum performed on the Today Show for the Thanksgiving Day Special and later that day performed in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Tatum loves to make people laugh and smile. Her true passion in life is to be a light to others while also sharing her love for dance. She finds great importance and satisfaction in pushing people to their fullest potential. She has learned that there is no greater joy in life than devoting oneself to others. Tatum attends Lake Pointe Church and she is also apart of the UNT FOCUS Christian College Campus Ministry Organization.