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 trade, 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, a board member of City Beautiful Jacksonville, and a past captain 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.
She also conducts customized workshops for corporate clients and specialized audiences such as healing professionals, Human Resources professionals, and corporate managers and supervisors.
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. Her corporate work can be found at www.learn-inc.com.
“[We are] Participating in the transformation of culture by creating, naming, and supporting leaders in the practice of conscious feminine values: truth-telling, empowerment, nurture-with-rigor, transparency, vulnerability, conscious collaboration, depth orientation, hospitality, [and] the capacity to hold paradox, especially the paradox of fostering individual gifts alongside fostering planetary and community well-being.”
— Mary Pierce Brosmer, Founder,
Women Writing for (a) Change