Who’s Who on Skepchick
Rebecca leads a team of skeptical female activists at Skepchick.org and appears on the weekly Skeptics' Guide to the Universe podcast. She travels around the world delivering entertaining talks on science, atheism, feminism, and skepticism. There is currently an asteroid orbiting the sun with her name on it. You can follow her every fascinating move on Twitter or on Google+.
Elyse MoFo Anders is the bad ass behind forming the Women Thinking, inc and the superhero who launched the Hug Me! I'm Vaccinated campaign as well as podcaster emeritus, writer, slacktivist extraordinaire, cancer survivor and sometimes runs marathons for charity. You probably think she's awesome so you follow her on twitter.
Amanda is a science grad student in Boston whose favorite pastimes are having friendly debates and running amok.
Debbie is keenly interested in secularism, skepticism, magic and deception, LGBTQ issues, language and perception, and general geekery. She works at the Center for Inquiry as director of outreach, director of African Americans for Humanism, and intro-doer for Point of Inquiry. You can find her on Twitter: @debgod.
Heina Dadabhoy [hee-na dad-uh-boy] spent her childhood as a practicing Muslim who never in her right mind would have believed that she would grow up to be an atheist feminist secular humanist, or, in other words, a Skepchick. She has been an active participant in atheist organizations and events in and around Orange County, CA since 2007. She is currently writing A Skeptic's Guide to Islam. You can follow her on Facebook, Twitter, or Google+.
Born and raised in Mexico City, Daniela has finally decided to abdicate her post as an armchair skeptic and start doing some skeptical activism. She is currently living in Spain after having lived in the US, Brazil and Italy. You can also find her blogging in Spanish at esceptica.org.
Will is the admin of Queereka, part of the Skepchick network. He is also a cultural/medical anthropologist who works at the intersections of sex/gender, sexuality, health, and education. His other interests include politics, science studies, popular culture, and public perceptions and understandings of anthropology.
Mary Brock is a scientist who works on drugs you've hopefully never heard of. She enjoys cooking to Blue Grass music, messing with her cats, and hosting the Boston Skeptics' Book Club. She was born in the South but loves living in New England (despite the lack of chocolate chip pizza). Mary does not use Twitter and don't even try to follow her, because she is always looking over her shoulder.
Felicia Gilljam (@skepticbee on twitter) used to be a biology student but decided to become a programmer instead. When she's not doing skepticy stuff she usually keeps bees, plays computer games or reads webcomics.
Melanie is a freelance editor and writer who just moved to a small town outside Minneapolis with her husband and two young kids. When not counting how often the words "pride," "liberty," and "freedom" are used in local business, road, and pet names, she spends her time wrangling commas, making colon jokes, and raising her two kids to be critical thinkers. She is the managing editor of Skepchick Events, a Grounded Parents admin, and a Skepchick contributor. You can find her on Twitter as @MelMall, on Facebook, and on Google+
DrRubidium is an analytical chemist that spends her days finding needles in needlestacks. Also a science communicator, she focuses on the the science behind everyday stuff and pop culture.
Tori is a high school English teacher from Ohio (insert cheerleader kick here)! She is emphatic! She is skeptical! She is nifty! Her boyfriend says that they can get a potbellied pig someday and name him Bacon. She has a little boy whose pseudonym is SC, although he has recently asked that his name be changed to Henry. When asked for a comment to add on this bio, he asked, "Why do we sound like a bad '70's cop show?" So there's that.
Veronica is a PhD candidate in high energy physics at the University of Oslo, Norway. She also has a master's degree in computational physics. She loves science, and is a total science-fiction nerd. She's a feminist, a secular humanist, and of course a skeptic. LGBTQ issues are also close to her heart. She mostly writes for the Norwegian Skepchick blog, but also for some of the other blogs, which is why this bio is in English. She can be found on Twitter as @VeronicaInPink.
Dan is a doctoral candidate in Musicology and a sessional instructor (aka adjunct) at a major Canadian university. He mainly works on the Italian Renaissance when he's not busy playing JRPGs with his cat, Roy. You won't find him on Twitter, but sometimes he blogs about geeky stuff at The Otaku Skeptic. He is also the glorious site administrator for School of Doubt.
Olivia recently graduated with a degree in philosophy and religion and is now after another one in linguistics! She first became interested in skepticism and atheism after attending Catholic school for 13 years and realizing that none of it made any sense. Olivia's particular interests center around women's rights, religion as it plays a role in people's everyday lives, and politics in relation to atheist and skeptic issues. Olivia also blogs at http://taikonenfea.wordpress.com/
Julia Burke is a freelance writer and journalist with an interest in social justice and a passion for wine, beer, and food. When she's not covering a concert or crushing grapes, she's a volunteer with Secular Woman. She's based in the Midwest, where she runs to support her hedonistic passions and drinks to support her writing habit. Follow her on Twitter or on Google+ or check out her website at Stellenbauchery.