One cold winter evening in University Park, IL, as Terrence M. Johnson sat and watched MTV's Making The Video, he received a jolt of inspiration. As he observed the creation of the Britney Spears video for her hit single Crazy (You Drive Me), he began to look more closely at the intricate movements of the dancers and was in awe at the amazing choreography being taught by Mr. Darrin Henson. It was then that he realized that he had much more of a deep passion for dance than he knew. He also believed that it was this passion and drive that made the dancers in the video happy. It was then that he decided that he must create an organization for people who like him were not only talented in the art of dance but also had a strong desire to develop their talent and that of others around them. Under the guidance of his mother (and Co-Founder of our organization) Dr. Tamarra R. Winn, Delta Phi Delta Dance Fraternity, Inc. was founded on Tuesday, January 18, 2000, as the outlet to make this dream a reality.