Owner of WWf(a)C, Indianapolis, is a writer, educator, and licensed facilitator of WWf(a)C classes and workshops. Mindy has been involved in WWf(a)C in Cincinnati since 1992 and co-founded the Young Women's program. She is also a National Writing Project Teacher Consultant through the Hoosier Writing Project. She has taught in both the public and private schools, has led workshops for young girls and teens, and has taught creative writing to adult women and men in a variety of settings. Mindy created the Indianapolis affiliate in 2006. Working with a diverse group of individuals from a wide background, she is licensed and certified to to teach WWf(a)C classes to adults and young women. Mindy offers one-on-one writing consultations, workshops, and retreats. She encourages people to use writing as a tool to create meaning, gain clarity, and to tell their story.
Deb Buehler has been a member of the Indianapolis Women Writing for (a) Change community since 2008. Inside the circle, Deb has written poetry and memoir and her pieces often tell stories of growing up on a small hobby farm, keeping bees and the loss of both her parents. Most recently Deb has earned certificates in Grief and Death Studies from the Center for Loss and Life Transition and Creative Grief Coaching through the Creative Grief Studio. Deb is also a funeral celebrant helping families plan meaningful rituals honoring their loved ones. Deb co-facilitates classes with Mindy for the VA in Indianapolis.