Originally from New Jersey, Tarikh Campbell began his dance training as a student at MIT and quickly began performing with Boston-based dance companies, including Tribe and Static Noyze. He is a co-founder of dance crews Project Nailz and Side Project which then evolved into larger companies Weapons of MASS and The CONcept Artists, where Campbell currently serves as Executive Director. Since 2016, he has produced The CONcept ARTists’ annual CONcentrate On The ARTistry urban arts showcase in Somerville, MA. He has danced and choreographed for local recording artists such as Makio, Erene, Gilbert Vargas, and Yanina Johnson and has opened performances for Omarion and The Dream. In addition to Harvard, Campbell has taught highly popular classes at Urbanity, Rumba y Timbal, and Green Street Studios for many years and continues to teach throughout the New England community. Campbell also advocates for equity in the technology industry as a full-time DEI professional at Microsoft and has a degree in Chemical-Biological Engineering from MIT.