Meet the Girls

sc 1Kinsey is a recent Stanford University graduate and currently serves as the co-founder and Director of Recruitment at Lead for America. She is a 16 year cancer survivor, co-wrote the Voices of Children Amicus Brief to the Supreme Court in 2015, and wants to become the first woman of color Governor of Kentucky. She loves coffee, the New York Times, watching baseball, and being outside (she has climbed two volcanoes!) On The 321’s sister site, Whole and Whole, she also writes about balance, wellbeing, and American politics.




10325403_830805483615619_316385122818979600_nJillian has an extreme passion for music. After playing percussion in her middle school band for two years, she found her real love: piano. She has since taught her self how to play piano, and has recently dived into the world of guitar. Among other things, she loves playing field hockey, sketching anything and everything she sees, volunteering at summer camps for kids who have been touched by cancer, and arguing with her sisters. Jillian is a vegetarian and activist for animal rights, who usually thinks Kinsey and Teagan act like monkeys. She is a sophomore at Guilford College.



15032767_414442208943998_6226514965727361765_nTeagan loves to sing. All. The. Time. She is also a talented actress and starred in her school’s productions of Anything Goes, Alice and Wonderland, and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Her favorite subjects are science, music, and art, and she spends way too much time on Pinterest. She loves The Fault in Our Stars by John Green and The Hunger Games Trilogy. She hopes to be an actress and drama teacher. Teagan’s never afraid to speak up for what’s right — and like Kinsey, rarely stops talking at all.


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