Jennifer Wolfe established the Jacksonville affiliate of Women Writing for (a) Change® in 2013, adding a non-profit foundation in 2018. A writer, facilitator, business owner, and community leader, she’s helped facilitate change for people and organizations for the past 25 years. She’s also been keeping a journal since she was 10.
A journalist by training, a licensed affiliate owner for Women Writing for (a) Change®, and a certified instructor for The Center for Journal Therapy, Jennifer leverages her life experiences and facilitation skills to help others who want to use writing as a tool for their own personal growth, creative expression, and self-directed change.
Jennifer is a member of the Dean’s Leadership Council of the UNF Thomas G. Carpenter Library, an advisory member of Scenic Jacksonville, and a past leader of the Jacksonville chapter of Women’s March Florida. She’s also a member of the Circle of 100 of The Women’s Center of Jacksonville. She conducts many outreach programs in the community to ensure writing circles are accessible to a wide, diverse audience. She’s especially pleased to facilitate writing circles for incarcerated women at the Community Transition Center.
A social entrepreneur and a ukulele fan, Jennifer has a master’s degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. She’s also taught at Tulane, reared two children, kept a journal, written a blog, started a Happiness Project, launched a recycling program, and tended a garden. Check out her blog at www.inthegardenofthedivine.com.