David Richards has been involved in Regina’s secular community in various roles for the past 5 years. He has given presentation at CFI Regina’s Darwin Day celebrations, was a guest speaker on creating secularist communities during a University of Regina Religious Studies class on Atheism, and acted as MC for a number of secular and skeptic events in the city. David previously served as Branch Leader for CFI Canada’s Regina branch and he currently acts as CFI Regina’s media relations person, representing the group in various newspaper, radio, and TV interviews. David tries to adhere to a philosophy politely discussing and sometimes debating issues around beliefs and Atheism but passionately (and even angrily, when necessary) fighting on issues of secularism and the separation of church and state. Lastly, David also finds writing about himself in the third person to be extremely strange so writing this blurb was kind of awkward.
Aron Ra is an atheist vlogger and activist. His videos focus on biology, with an emphasis on countering creationist claims, and advocating rationalism in science education. He also posts written material on his website LocoLobo. He is the Texas State Director of American Atheists. He was also previously a co-host on the podcast Dogma Debate with David Smalleyand is currently the host of the Ra-Men podcast. This information is taken from http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/AronRa
LaVada Luening, Director of SWiSS (Southeast Wisconsin Secular She-thinkers), Former Co-Directer of Southeastern Wisconsin Freethinkers and Founding member of the Freethought Alliance of Milwaukee. She is a She-thinker, an aspiring "Seculebrity" (Secular Celebrity), and kinkier than you'd think. She also runs the youtube channel Secular She-Thinker. This information was taken from http://lanyrd.com/profile/lavadaluening/bio/
William Arnal is Professor and Head of the Department of Religious Studies at the University of Regina. He received his doctorate in the study of religion from the University of Toronto in 1997. His research mainly focuses on the New Testament and the earliest forms of Christianity in the context of the religions of Mediterranean antiquity, but he also publishes on theories and explanations of religion. His articles have been published in a variety of books and academic journals, and his books include Jesus and the Village Scribes (2001), The Symbolic Jesus (2005), and most recently, The Sacred Is the Profane (2013). He lives in Regina with his partner, Dr. Darlene Juschka, and three cats (none of whom are university-educated).
Matt Dillahunty is the current host of the webcast and cable access television show "The Atheist Experience", and from 2006 to 2013 served as the president of the Atheist Community of Austin. He is also a founder of the comprehensive counter-apologetics Wiki "Iron Chariots". This information is taken from http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/M att_Dillahunty
Seth Andrews is the host and producer of the show, The Thinking Atheist. He is a former Christian radio broadcaster (explains the production quality being so absurdly good) and currently works in video production. He lives somewhere outside Tulsa, Oklahoma and went to a private Christian school for most of his time. He eventually deconverted at the age of 37. He is also the author of the books Deconverted: A Journey From Religion To Reason and Sacred Cows available at http://www.sethandrews.net/ This information is taken from http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/The_Thinking_Atheist#Seth_Andrews
Nathan "Nate" Phelps is an American-Canadian author, LGBT rights activist, and public speaker on the topics of religion and child abuse. He is the sixth of the thirteen children of Fred Phelps, from whom he – along with three of his siblings – had been estranged since his eighteenth birthday in 1976 until his father's death in 2014. Phelps permanently left Westboro Baptist Church in 1980 and has since publicly censured the group. http://natephelps.com/ This information was taken from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nathan_Phelps
Growing up in a strict, religious household, Angela Reddekopp has been a skeptic for over 20 years and finally realized it a few years ago. Her father was excommunicated from the Church of God in Christ Mennonite in his early 20s and this experience has shaped her entire family. She is a passionate feminist, humanist and atheist. She chooses to be a stay-at-home mom and loves all things handmade, science-y and skeptical.