About Kelley Freeman

Kelley is a recent graduate of the University of South Carolina. Most of her biography lists her as 'formers', including intern for both the Secular Student Alliance and Foundation Beyond Belief, and president of the Secular Student Alliance at the University of South Carolina. She is currently a board member of Camp Quest South Carolina and a blogger for Friendly Atheist. Post-graduation, Kelley is attempting to garner more skills in order for people to be like 'hey! I want to hire her!' but she's currently pretty fantastic when it comes to crocheting and cat facts. She likes reading, doing crafty art stuff, and community service. Follow her on twitter for some reason @ramenneedles

Carolinas Secular Student Summit Recap

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0VkoEEnPjk Hello there! I'm back TWO DAYS IN A ROW with a video for you! This past weekend I was at the Carolinas Secular Student Summit - surprisingly enough, not the same conference as the similarly named Carolinas Secular Conference, but follows the trend of being a traveling conference. This is the second year of

Preview: Carolinas Secular Conference

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=doA1omExgws And now for something completely different - a video! This past weekend, I was at the Carolinas Secular Student Summit (which I'll be talking about tomorrow) and talked to Harry Shaughnessy. Coming up next month is the Carolinas Secular Conference which will be in Charlotte, North Carolina from October 4-6. It's $150 registration, $99

Secular Student Alliance East Conference 2013

I've been going to the Secular Student Alliance annual conference since 2010, after my freshman year of college. Since then, the staff has grown from three people and two interns to a staff of more than fifteen. The conference itself has grown from one in Columbus, Ohio with maybe around 100 attendees, to two conferences