In 1991, Mary Pierce Brosmer gathered a group of women around the kitchen table, to be and write in a way that was non-existent in the world. Supportive, nurturing, listening. These were the tenets that Women Writing for (a) Change were founded upon. Twenty-five years later, despite the name, Women Writing for (a) Change has not altered its original mission.
Annette Januzzi Wick is certified in the processes of Women Writing for (a) Change.
While raising my son, I returned to freelance work, developing websites, and discovered Women Writing for a Change® (WWfaC). WWfaC is non-profit, creative writing center for women from all walks of life. In the past fourteen years, I have been named Energetic Arts Volunteer, served on the board, produced The Podcast Edition available on iTunes and acted in a marketing volunteer capacity.
As part of a core group of facilitators, certified in the practices of WWfaC, I regularly lead workshops and classes for a wide demographic in Greater Cincinnati, including Alzheimer’s individuals, students with developmental and learning disabilities, and young women’s classes.