Ranjana Warier was introduced to Indian Classical dances at the age of six. She got her training in Bharathanatyam and Mohiniyaattam from Kalamandalam Devaki and Kalamandalam Indira.
Ranjana has won numerous awards in Kerala Youth festivals and had the opportunity to perform under the guidance of her gurus at several festivals in India. She has been an active performer/choreographer at several charity events in United States. Her efforts to educate children on culture and history using dance as a medium has received wide recognition. She is the 2012 Knight Foundation Arts Challenge winner, multiple grant recipient from local Government organizations and has done several lecture/demonstrations promoting Indian art forms. She was invited to work with Town of Davie recently to offer an educational program for children using performing arts as a medium. Her educational productions such as, "Dances of India", "Festivals of India" and "Once Upon a Time" were huge successes.
Ranjana has an Engineering degree from India and a Master’s degree in Computer Science from Florida International University, Miami. She was a nationally seeded chess player and has won several prestigious tournaments in India. She is currently working as a Cyber Security consultant. She is the artistic director of “Rhythms School of Dance” in South Florida; which offers certified degree courses in Indian Classical dances.