Chelsea Link is a senior at Harvard University, studying History and Science with a focus in the history of medicine. She is a panelist for NonProphet Status, and is documenting her attempt to read the Bible in a year at Blogging Biblically. She is also the Vice President of Outreach of the Harvard Secular Society, the former President of the Harvard College Interfaith Council, and a Volunteer Ambassador for the Be the Match bone marrow donor registry. She likes to cook while pretending she’s on Top Chef (hasty breakfast? more like Quickfire Challenge!), adores word games of all kinds (and was once the President of the illustrious Harvard College Crossword Society), and tends to kill the mood at parties by unnecessarily reciting Shakespeare. Last summer, she interned at the Humanist Chaplaincy at Harvard. You can ask her what she’s doing after graduation, but she’ll give you a different answer every time.
Walker Bristol is a student at Tufts University, studying religion and linguistics. He also serves as a panelist for NonProphet Status, and has worked as a student intern at the Humanist Chaplaincy at Harvard University. Originally from North Carolina, Walker was raised in a largely Quaker community before exploring several Christian traditions throughout high school and ultimately becoming a secular humanist at age 15. In 2011, Walker became the Community Organizer and Interfaith Representative for the Tufts Freethought Society, and chair of the Committee to Establish a Humanist Chaplaincy at Tufts. In addition to being involved in secular student activism, Walker is a hobbyist musician, ballroom dancer and avid science-fiction fan. He tweets random nonsense from @GodlessWalker.
Chelsey Faloona is a junior at The George Washington University in D.C. majoring in American Studies. This summer, she received a grant to do archival research at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, where she was consistently asked where her husband and children were, to which she had to respond with the sad news that she hadn’t any. Her current research interests include the intersections of race and gender in the United States as well as the Prison Industrial Complex. When asked about her political views, Chelsey claims to be a Marxist Feminist. When people who haven’t at that point run away screaming ask what she will do with her life, Chelsey explains that she wants to hide in academia forever. In her free time, Chelsey enjoys waiting for the Revolution, arguing about proper nomenclature with her fellow blogger Chelsea (sp?) Link, and (poorly) playing basketball with her younger brother.
Adam Garner is a senior at the University of Illinois – Urbana-Champaign studying philosophy and religion with a focus on epistemology, applied ethics, and 18th century British Empiricism. He is the Vice-President of Campus Outreach for the UIUC group Interfaith in Action, a Better Together Coach for the Interfaith Youth Core’s 2012 Better Together Campaign, and is the head of the Education Committee for the Illinois Interfaith Service Challenge. Raised Mormon, Adam is now an atheist that has one goal in life: to leave the world a little bit better than he found it through the power of rational discourse and interfaith cooperation. When not interfaithing or philosophizing, he enjoys watching cat videos on the internet, finding new Sci-fi shows to become addicted to, and teaching other people how to do handstands.
Sean Cuddihy is a real estate practice assistant living in Washington, DC. He spends his days helping attorneys help companies manage their affordable housing investments, and his nights mentally preparing himself to apply to law school (a.k.a. watching Netflix with his partner) or exploring his new city (a.k.a. trying to figure out where to buy a grocery cart). Before that, he was a student at Harvard College, where he wrote a thesis on race in Congressional campaign advertising, argued with fellow members of The Crimson’s editorial board, and played baritone horn with his friends in the (undefeated!) Harvard University Band. Before that, he was an Eagle Scout from a big public high school in Orlando, and in some ways he probably always will be.