Dona has performed with Connecticut Ballet, Neglia Ballet Artists, IKADA Dance, James Robey Dance, Ballet Inc, CelloPointe, Pink Pig Ballet and the Taormina Teatro Group. She enjoyed a principal dance role in the off-broadway play Tchaikovsky, and has performed works by Emery LeCrone, Deborah Wingert, Gabrielle Lamb, Elena Comendador, Marcos Vedoveto, James Robey, Mee Jung, Aaron Atkins, and George Balanchine, among others. Wiley is also a co-founder of CelloPointe, a music and dance ensemble that was inspired by her father, cellist Peter Wiley, and the desire to pair live chamber music with original choreography. Her training includes the Ridgefield Conservatory of Dance, Princeton Dance and Theatre under Susan Jaffe, Orlando Ballet under Peter Stark and Robert Hill, and at American Ballet Theatre Intensive in New York. She was twice awarded the Khalda Logan Dance Scholarship Award through the Danbury Dance Initiative program and second place at the Connecticut Classic Ballet Competition in 2011.