Bio: Noelle Mandell is a college student majoring in Sociology and Political Science. While her studies are highest priority, she is engaged in a number of extracurricular activities that include spreading the message of liberty, volunteer work at political organizations, and homeless and poverty issues. She is a recipient of the Provost Scholarship at Houston Baptist University for the fall and plans to cultivate the liberty movement on campus. Noelle is a member of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, Founding President of Young Americans for Liberty at HCC, President of SW Student Chamber of Commerce at HCC, and Founding President of Youth for Ron Paul at HCC. She works at the Beresford School as the Student Affairs Coordinator. She is Vice President and co-organizer of Deck the Halls, a non-profit organization that creates an annual parade to celebrate cultural diversity. She plans to go on to receive a Master’s degree and eventually teach at the college level.
Favorite figures in liberty: Ron Paul, Stefan Molyneux, Ludwig von Mises
On Students For Liberty: “Joining Students For Liberty as a Campus Coordinator will enable me to more easily network with other liberty-minded students. I am eager to spread the message of liberty at Houston Baptist University and look forward to supporting other pro-liberty students in the Greater Houston area.”