Kelly Werther

Creative Writing, Minors in Journalism and Women, Gender, & Sexuality Studies
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Kelly Werther is a senior earning a degree in creative writing and minors in journalism and women, gender & sexuality studies. Kelly spent two years in Greek life, and is currently a member of SPECTRUM, an LGBTQ+ student organization. She is currently a house manager at The Lied Center, and previously worked as an account executive at the University Daily Kansan. Kelly hopes to one day be a best-selling fiction author. Ask her about any of these things, as well as the School of Journalism, studying abroad, pursuing undergraduate creative research, and writing.

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