Maggie Golder is a dancer and choreographer with dual degrees in Dance and Psychology from Mount Holyoke College. She has performed in works by Pilobolus, Bebe Miller, Bill T. Jones, Kinsun Chan, Rodger Blum, Deborah Goffe, Barbie Diewald, and Margaret Wiss. Maggie has had her work presented by the Manhattan Movement and Arts Center (2016), the New England American College Dance Association (2017), the NYC Dance and Music Festival (2018), and the Mount Holyoke College Dance Department.

As an artist Maggie aims to express the subtle effects that result from human interaction, support and conflict and all its varying forms, and to communicate our constant need for growth and development through movement. She is also influenced by her practices as a musician and psychologist.