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Crystal Blankenship is a University Innovation Fellow and a Chemical Engineering student at Texas Tech University. She works as a Raider Ringer on behalf of the Office of Annual Giving at Texas Tech. She has previous work experience as a Chemistry Tutor and a Chemistry Scholar Assistant. Crystal is from Los Angeles, California where she lived until 2014 when she moved to Lubbock, Texas to study at Texas Tech University and become a University Innovation Fellow. As a lifetime Girl Scout, Crystal has developed leadership skills and creativity through years of rigorous training and activities. Also, through Girl Scouts, Crystal has realized the importance of community and involvement. This community encourages Crystal every day to pursue education and other endeavors. Crystal actively participates in community service projects and workshops for the development of young girls.

At Texas Tech, she is Vice President of the student organization TTIME, which focuses on collaboration between colleges to achieve positive change on campus. She is passionate about solving the unnecessary problem of light pollution, achieving constant improvements in daily life, especially in the environment, and achieving a more prominent presence of women in STEM. As a dedicated and invested student, she has built her creativity and innovative thoughts by asking "Why?". She is excited to expand her knowledge on innovative techniques, apply the knowledge to her passions, and teach her peers in order to achieve change.

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