We decided to write each other’s bios.
Heather Hertzel is a 24-year-old scientist from Iowa. She studied microbiology and global health at ASU and is heading off to get her master’s in public health from UW-L. She currently works for a non-profit public health organization promoting vaccines. She’s a gifted artist, award-winning mock trial attorney and coach, and a smart-mouthed lover of avocados and Tilda Swinton.
Hilary Clark is a 25-year-old writer and sweater enthusiast. She currently lives in Tempe, Arizona with her five roommates where she studies creative writing at ASU. Like most ASU students, she enjoys a good fart joke and putzing around the internet. Unlike most ASU students, she knits, bakes to shame Martha Stewart when the mood strikes, reads broadly and ceaselessly, and cares too much.
Martha Wetzel enjoys feminist blogs, Indian food, and the game telephone pictionary. She has been called a bad feminist for liking the song 99 Problems (incidentally, that is the least of her un-feminist musical choices). She accidentally works in the business world, which involves making money, playing fantasy football, and putting sticky notes with programming code written on them up all over her cubicle.