Chelsea Magyar is a master's student in the community and social interaction track. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Colorado Boulder, where she studied communication and dance and wrote an honors thesis on rhetorical representations of school shootings in news media and art. She stayed in the communication department at CU Boulder after graduating because she enjoyed talking about talking. Her current research interests include using dance as a communicative resource for addressing social justice issues and building community, applied communication, embodiment and phenomenology. Chelsea is a professional dancer and works for EXPAND, an organization providing recreational programming for individuals with disabilities. She finds joy in applying her communication studies to her work and daily interactions.