Secular Student Alliance 2023 National Conference

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June 16-18, 2023
University of Missouri, St. Louis

The Secular Student Alliance national conference is the largest gathering of secular students in the country. For students and the entire secular community, this unique conference experience blends amazing speakers, grassroots training, leadership enrichment, and a secular perspective.

Everyone is invited. We are so glad to be back in person this year!

Speakers and Presenters

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Senator Megan Hunt

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Matt Dillahunty


Jasmine Banks

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Andrew Hartzler

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Justice Horn

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Elizabeth Cavell

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Dave Warnock

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Andrew Seidel

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Anthony Cruz Pantojas

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Darrel Ray

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Sarah Levin

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Geoffrey Blackwell

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Samantha McGuire

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Ryan Burge

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Kazi Habib

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Rachel Himelhoch

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Kristina Lee

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Brian Silva

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Sami Al-Asady

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Lily Bolourian

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Jon Peters

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Sharon Geuea Jones

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Paul Golin

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Paschal Obochi

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Elizabeth Reiner Platt

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Objectively Dan

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Sydney Davis Jr. Jr.

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Cynthia McDonald

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Brady Hardin

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Miranda Estes

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Jaimie Hileman

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Evan Clark

Student membership is always free. Become a member of the largest and fastest-growing secular student organization in the country.

As an SSA alumnus, you are always part of the SSA family.  Your alumni membership helps provide free student memberships to continue to grow the SSA family.

Through your membership, you are making an investment in thousands of secular students across the country. Membership support is critically important to fulfilling our mission.

Speakers and Presenters

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Jeff Hawkins

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