JJ Keeler has a BA in English Literature and has worked professionally as a writer since 2003. She’s written books, speeches, scripts, articles, voice-overs, parodies, web copy, and blogs (pretty much everything but ransom notes). As someone who passionately hates writing about herself, she is keeping this bio intentionally short and mysterious.
She lives in Colorado where her heart belongs to her daughter, coffee, and the Denver Broncos.
Aradhita Basu is a marketing consultant by day, and writer, editor, and performing artist by night. She helps brands in the Middle East, Europe, South and Southeast Asia, Africa, and North America build their identities, develop their content and optimize their resources.
Her clients and colleagues have commended her for her analytical eye, big picture thinking and work ethic. She lives in sunny Dubai, where she enjoys running, morning coffee, spicy food, and her husband's goofy jokes.
Michele K. Huffman
Michele K. Huffman is a writer, poet, editor, and award-winning writing instructor who left her teaching job to start Revision Communication Solutions. Her poetry can be found in various publications and has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize and a Best of the Net award.
She currently lives in Greensboro, North Carolina, where she passes time by hula-hooping, going on walks with her partner, and relentlessly coddling her pets.
Jackie Rupp began as a journalist, contributing regularly to Disney, NBC Universal, and Common Sense Media. She was the award-winning editor-in-chief at Philadelphia Weekly and VP of Marketing at Benchmark Media before branching out to form her own content marketing agency.
An avid writer and branding coach, she spends her spare time working on fixer-upper real estate projects and is the proud mom of two teenagers and a continuously rotating crew of animals.
Megan Cox is a nineteen-year-old Business Psychology major at UC San Diego. She is an opinion writer for UCSD’s The Guardian and the managing editor of the satire newspaper The MQ.
She also enjoys performing improv comedy, stand up, and slam poetry. When she is not locked in her room writing, she can be found swimming in the ocean, dancing at a concert, or snuggling her pitbull.
Aunt Sharon discovered a love for baking after receiving an Easy Bake Oven as a child. After high school, she worked as a secretary at an insurance company before becoming an office manager at a doctor's office. Her constant, however, has always been baking and cooking.
She is a mother, grandmother, pet owner, and friend. She has proudly volunteered at the Philadelphia Ronald McDonald House for 20 years.
Maria Morioka has been a Licensed Registered Nurse in the mental health field for nearly 15 years. She strongly believes in educating others about the importance of mental health and relies on the written word to help her do this.