Rachel is the Director of Development for Touch A Life, an organization committed to the rescue and rehabilitation of children who have been exploited and trafficked in West Africa and Southeast Asia. Though she loves working in the non-profit world, Rachel has always been passionate about writing, pursuing opportunities to put pen to paper outside of her day job. Aside from writing for Darling Magazine, she maintains a personal blog, Coffee & Tacos, where she connects with others through food, travel, faith & community. Rachel lives in Dallas, TX, with her husband, their adorably large English mastiff, and a new baby girl, Ruby.
Juliandra Durkin is the manager for Wonderfully Made’s blog Know Your Value. She also writes at Written Jewels, a personal blog with stories and reflections on life. Besides writing, she spends her free time exercising or out in nature. Give her a beach or a mountain; sunrise or sunset, she loves it all, especially walking her dogs in the woods! A graduate of Westmont College, Juliandra was able to attend three study abroad programs exploring Spain, parts of the Middle East, and Mexico. These experiences gave her a heart for culture and travel and she hopes to get more stamps in the passport soon!
Danielle Kingsley, a Southern California native, served as a missionary and worship leader for ten years at a growing church planted by her family in Salt Lake City, Utah. In 2007, Danielle moved to Nashville, Tennessee where she was provided the opportunity to be the original vocalist to record the now popular worship song, Your Great Name. In 2013, she released her first EP Falling, that generated two #1 singles on International Christian radio.
Since the recent loss of her father to a brief battle with cancer, Danielle has been sharing her story about finding hope through loss and the peace that is found in Jesus at a variety of conferences across the United States. She is writing her first children’s book and devotional, and is currently on tour with Secret Keeper Girls. Check out her blog at www.DanielleKingsley.com. Follow her on Instagram, Facebook & Twitter @DKingsleyMusic
Angie is a Southern California native who is a Jesus loving, brunch fanatic, coffee addict, and a tutu-wearing kind of gal. She tries to leave this generation and the world, more in awe of God than she found it by, encouraging young women through her role of the Social Media Manager for the Wonderfully Made non-profit by edifying young women through the WM social media platforms. Angie, has been sharing her story of Jesus turning her ashes into beauty through other well known blogs and social media platforms, which is why Angie is so passionate about edifying women and is devoted to promoting authenticity when it comes to vulnerability, grief, sorrow, & loves encouraging women to seek joy, strength in the Lord, and rely on His steadfast love. Check her out on her instagram; @angierozhko and give her a follow!
As a natural light photographer who uses both film and digital, Chelsea dreams of changing the way our industry and culture cultivate perceptions of beauty, and loves the way that luminous, sun soaked imagery can envelop and enliven inner radiance. She is constantly drawn to the power that an image has in helping others to see themselves in a new way, and loves being able to celebrate the inherent beauty in every soul. Chelsea is based on the Central Coast of California. To see more of her work, follow along at: chelseasteller.com, chelseastellerblog.com, and on Instagram @chelseastellerphotography .
Allie Marie Smith
Allie is the Founder and Executive Director of Wonderfully Made. She is the co-author of both Bible studies in the Wonderfully Made series: Healthy Eating and Abundant Living, and Becoming Who You Are in Christ. She is also the developer of the Body Beautiful iPhone app which promotes true beauty and positive body image. She lives in North Santa Barbara County with her husband Paul where she loves adventuring and surfing up and down California’s golden coast. You can find her blogging at The Kindred Sisterhood.