Alex believes in music and toothpaste. Often accused of being a little fiery and laughing too loud, she doesn’t hold much back. A small town girl in way too high heels, Alex kind of has a thing for lumberjacks, coffee with her sugar, and Sourpatch Kids (It’s okay. She’s not quite a dentist yet.)

Amanda Charlotte has always desired to become an incredibly hilarious woman.  While she is awaiting this much-needed gift from the gods, she is studying at St. John’s College in Annapolis, MD.  She spends the majority of her time playing sports, hanging out with her friends, and writing lists.  Other times she can be found reading books by really old and really dead guys (sometimes women too!!!).  She is particularly disinterested in translating, reading John Calvin, and memorizing Greek paradigms.  Her favorite discussions are most often about politics and ancient mathematics.

EM C majored in English and now works in software. It can happen. She went to grad school to become a librarian and got sidetracked somewhere along the way. Emily resides in Austin, where she stays up too late for live music, eats food from food trucks, and drinks beer, ginger beer, and wine when someone else tells her what kind to order.

Julia Jay is a science nerd with a liberal arts background and a tendency to indulge in Daoism. She spends her time going on adventures that hopefully involve live music, laser tag, or a combination of the two.

Lissa once accidentally made wreaths out of poison ivy vines at recess, then sold them to other kids for a nickel. When not starting wildly successful businesses, she finds herself making lots of lists, starting and sometimes finishing myriad art projects, drinking gallons of tea, caring too much about girls’ empowerment, and planning potentially amazing trips to Machu Picchu.

Susan – With a profound respect for 80′s garb and a nearly fanatical relationship with peanut butter pretzels, Susan stands tall at a whopping five foot two-and-three-quarter inches. Born in Oregon and raised in northern California, this transplanted Texan loves large scale craft projects, organizing her life, and playing games with children. In her spare time, Susan goes to medical school.


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