Ronda Miller, Vice President of the Kansas Authors Club, provides an open and forthright talk about dealing with trauma and grief by writing poetry. There will be ample time for presentaion, listening, writing, revising, and sharing.
Ronda Miller’s favorite saying: “Poetry is our most natural connection between one another,” applies to her personal life as well as her professional one. A Life Coach born in Ft. Collins, Colorado, she was raised on a farm by her maternal grandparents in the high plateau region of NW Kansas, where love for the beauty and healing aspects of nature and poetry began. She holds degrees in Human Development and Creative Writing from the University of Kansas, is a Fellow of The Citizen Journalism Academy, World Company, and a Certified Life Coach with IPEC (Institute of Professional Empowerment Coaching). She began volunteering her services as a Life Coach via Grief Works, for those who have lost someone to homicide, in 2008. She is Poetry Contest Manager for Kansas Authors Club (2011 – present).
NOTE: Location change. Program will take place in the Chambers Room, on the first floor of the Door County Government Center, 421 Nebraska Street, Sturgeon Bay.
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