Angele Kunkowski

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Angele Kunkowski is a loving mother and wife who also enjoys making a difference in her local community, leading worship at Santa Fe Church of God, and learning how to implementing healthy lifestyle patterns. While attending Western New Mexico University, Angele actively studied psychology, biology, and political science. During that time she became inspired by her American Government professor to have an active role in local politics. From then on out Kunkowski began organizing community events by which local politicians could weigh in on the concerns of their constituents. She also enjoyed membership in WNMU's Green Club, where Angele collaborated with other students on such initiatives as assisting with university recycling and composting efforts. Angele Kunkowski is proud to have served as the student body Chief Justice from 2011 to 2012, and graduated as a proud member of Psy Chi Honors Society and the Millennium Honors Society. "It is my hope that through writing I may add to the light that shines in this world. We all need light to help guide us in life. Truth is light. When I am writing an article, it isnt just for the sake of writing that I do it. When I am writing an article, I do so in a manner that sheds light on a situation. Summarizing the most important aspects and angles from verifiable and trusted sources of information. I shine the light of information, helping people see what they need, to make decisions." -Angele Kunkowski

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