Jade McCartney Arzu is a multidisciplinary artist and educator specializing in modern, ballet, contemporary, jazz, barre fitness, hip-hop, and afro-caribbean dance styles. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Florida-New World School of the Arts, where she had the privilege of performing works by Merce Cunningham, Alwin Nikolais, José Limón, Paul Taylor, Robert Battle, Mark Morris, Jon Lehrer, Derrick Minter, Pilobolus, and John Parks. 
Professionally, she has performed with the Peter London Global Dance Company, National Water Dance, Angels Entertainment and freelancer throughout the Florida coast. Her choreography has been showcased at prestigious venues including the Sanctuary of the Arts, The Moss Center, Adrienne Arsht Center Virtual Gala, Valencia College, Miami Shores Presbyterian Church, Miramar Cultural Arts Centre, Perez Art Museum, Revolution Live, Miami Beach Faena Theater, as well as various school and studio productions. 
After her term as a Magnet Dance Educator for Miami-Dade Public Schools, she relocated to Baltimore, Maryland. Currently, Arzu contributes to the community as a Performing Arts Instructor for Leaders of Tomorrow Youth Center and Mixed Media-Visual Arts Teacher for Creative Development Studios.