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About the Authors
Christina Bandaragoda is from Michigan, received her bachelor’s degree at Wheaton College, and later attended Utah State University where she received her masters and doctoral degrees in Civil Engineering. She now works as a hydrologist and environmental consultant. She spends her spare time on rocky beaches, composting, and making art of found objects.She lives outside of Seattle with her husband and three children. This is her first book — besides a dissertation on hydrologic modeling, a topic only abstractly connected to kale.
Emily Miranda is from Illinois, received her bachelor’s degree at Wheaton College, later received her master’s degree at the University of Utah and attended courses at the CG Jung Institute, in Zurich Switzerland. She now works as a clinical social worker in her home-grown counseling practice and at the University of Utah. She spends her spare time at the yoga studio, gardening, cooking kale, and planning her next round of international travel. She lives in Salt Lake City. This is her first book.