AMBASSADOR, CONTRIBUTOR, MENTOR
Chelsea Comadoll is a fourth year PhD student studying synthetic organic chemistry at the University of Kansas. She is a native of the great state of North Carolina, where she resided until moving to Kansas for graduate school in 2017. She graduated from Appalachian State University in the same year with a BS in Chemistry and a Minor in Spanish. When not in the classroom or lab, Chelsea loves writing and watching baseball (go Braves!). She views writing as an opportunity to advocate for the values held within Christianity and traditional conservative ideology, notwithstanding the rise of secular liberalism within American culture. There are many people within our country who feel silenced or discouraged from speaking on behalf of conservative or Christian ideals. Having felt this way herself on college campuses, Chelsea is now fully embracing her convictions to speak boldly in support of these values in the face of a godless culture, and will continue to do so no matter the consequences.