Faculty Assistants

Hannah Doak

“I love to see their eyes light up when they master a movement. Most of all I enjoy the friendship and respect I receive as I share Jesus my Savior with them!” Hannah said of her role as a faculty assistant. Hannah, a graduating Senior at Hurricane High School, has studied dance for thirteen years with classical ballet and lyrical as her favorite. She has participated in the West Virginia Dance Festival, performed at the Clay Center with Landau Eugene Murphy, at the Clay Center Holiday concert, and more. Hannah is committed to dancing for the Lord with excellence and integrity. Hannah has a passion for the Word of God and sharing His message of love through the arts. Hannah will be attending Marshall University in the fall.

Maggie Kelly

Maggie is a sophomore at Teays Valley Christian School. She has studied dance for twelve years in tap, jazz, ballet, lyrical & pointe. Maggie, a recipient of the “Spirit of Christ” award, is a member of the “Master Ambition Company” spreading His love through the arts. She participated in the West Virginia Dance Festival, danced with Landau Eugene Murphy at the Clay Center, performed in the Holiday concert at the Clay Center, and many more. Maggie is committed to dancing for the Lord with excellence and integrity. Maggie loves working with the children and helping them learn new things while sharing God’s love with them.

Meagan Goode

Meagan’s dance career began at the age of 3, where she began dancing at Regina’s Studio of Dance, which later became Lee’s Studio of Dance. She has been teaching dance for 5 years at SC First Church of the Nazarene where she has her own dance ministry and choreographs songs for the children’s choir. She also teaches dance at Lee’s. She has competed in many different dance competitions both regionally and nationally and has won numerous awards and titles. In 2010 she began training at Arts in Action and later began assisting at the Urban Stage Dance program which she continues today. She gives God all the glory!

Chelsey Sizemore

Chelsey is an 8th grade home- schooled student. Chelsey has been dancing for nine years and at Arts in Action since 2003. She has traveled with Master Ambition (formally Lambs of Light) for six years spreading His Light and Love through the art. She has performed at the Clay Center for the Holiday Concert and has been featured on Daystar Television Network. She recently performed Amazing Grace and New York New York while Landau Eugene Murphy sang for the Clay Center Gala. Her favorite class is ballet and pre-pointe. Chelsey loves to assist and share her love for Jesus. She aspires to be a dance instructor one day.