Evren started dancing in elementary school in Ankara, where her group won the first prize in a national folk dance competition. As a teenager she joined Hoytur, the national and international champion folk dance company based in Ankara, and danced with them for ten years. Evren then joined the professional dance company "Sultans of the Dance" which later became “The Fire of Anatolia” in Istanbul, and danced with them from 1999 to 2005. She has traveled around the world with several different dance projects as a dancer and soloist.

She has learned from and worked with many known choreographers in Turkey such as Nesrin Topkapi, Ahmet Luleci, Mustafa Erdogan, and Oktay Keresteci.

In 2007 Evren completed a “master teacher” diploma program, which was organized by the Turkish ministry of education. Since then she has been teaching dance in schools and also private workshops in Turkey and around the world. She has taught in Turkey, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Hungary, Brazil, Japan, Macedonia, Greece and in USA at international dance workshops.

In 2014, Evren has served as an adjudicator at the Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod held yearly in Wales, UK.