An Arizona native, Aidan’s family has lived in what Phoenicians call the “valley” for over one hundred years. Her great grandparents owned and operated Judson School in Paradise Valley for many of years. Her grandfather was a professional tennis player who managed the Racket Club on Camelback Mountain, now known as The Sanctuary, while giving private tennis lessons. Her father was a well-known fine artist in the valley and showed in many prestigious galleries throughout Phoenix and Scottsdale. Both her mother and father are graduates of Arizona State University. As all of the MCI family knows, Aidan has an identical twin sister named Keely. Keely works for MCI’s sister company Faith Journeys.
Aidan attended New School for the Arts, a charter art school, prior to entering college, where she continued to play violin, sing in choir, and study music theory and composition. At New School for the Arts, she was fortunate enough to study under Kira Rugen, an opera trained director who was very inspiring. Aidan has remained passionate and demonstrative about music throughout the course of her life. She enjoys a wide range of musical genres from classical to jazz, and even indie-rock. Aidan is currently finishing her degree in political science and intends on graduate school at Arizona State thereafter.