Madison Williams (she/her) a second-year PhD student in Public Rhetorics and Community Engagement at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She has an MA in Rhetoric and Professional Writing from UWM as well. Her research interests revolve around social justice, technical communication and rhetoric, rhetorical historiography, and cultural rhetorics. All of her free time is consumed entertaining her mischievous (yet adorable) Border Collie, Millie.
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Emily Stoll (she/her/they/them) is a MA student in Rhetoric and Professional Writing at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. In the classroom, she is passionate about language accessibility and community engagement. At home, they are an avid crotchet-er and sewist, pretty much any form of art, she will fall in love with.
Find her on Twitter: @Ecstoll
Kayla Fettig (she/her) is a first-year PhD student in Public Rhetorics and Community Engagement at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She has a MA from Mount Mary University and prior to joining the PhD program, Kayla spent time as a first-year composition lecturer. Her academic interests include disabilities studies, anti-racist pedagogy, and research surrounding first-generation graduate students. In her free time, you can catch her at car shows with her 1971 dodge challenger, at a comedy club, or with her adopted black cat, Ophelia.
Find her on Twitter: @klawritesinmke
Rachel Bloom-Pojar (she/her) is an Associate Professor with the Public Rhetorics and Community Engagement PhD program in the UWM English Department. Her current research examines language access and reproductive justice with promotores de salud in Wisconsin. She enjoys hiking and traveling with her husband, Dan, and their dog, Luna.
Find her on Twitter: @Rachel_Bloom