Wendy Dwyer is a woman of many hats. A full-time Associate Professor at Indian River State College, she also writes a weekly column spotlighting events, volunteers, and non-profit activities for Luminaries in TCPalm newspapers. She also writes regularly for STUART Magazine and a variety of other publications.
The creative force behind a variety of unique and wildly successful fundraising programs locally, including the Jewelia Project, the “What’s in Your Bag?” Food Drive, and the Silver Bells Holiday Home Tour, Dwyer is an active volunteer in the community as well, serving as a founding board member of the Van Duzer Foundation, and assisting a variety of local charitable organizations including: Mustard Seed, HANDS/VIM, Southeast Florida Honor Flight, Creature Safe Place, the Inner Truth Project, Guardians for New Futures, Fort Pierce Jazz and Blues Society, the Sunrise Theatre Foundation, LifeBuilders of the Treasure Coast, Heathcote Botanical Gardens, United for Animals, and many others.
An award-winning writer, educator, and public relations professional, Dwyer is always willing to assist non-profit organizations and provide dynamic and engaging public relations trainings for Treasure Coast charities. When she is not working or volunteering, she enjoys writing, walking, and spending time with her husband Dan and a large variety of rescued animals at her rural home west of Fort Pierce.
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Dear Amy, err umm Wendy, I read Asshats in one sitting while sitting on my ass! I believe it could be a very useful tool for the youth entering the workplace with wit and skepticism. I have found in my story that not all encounters were negative and have met a few honest do-gooders, they do exist and the proof is you. Well that’s my eight seconds. Leap into a new year.
Artie, you are the bombdiggity! I’m glad you enjoyed Asshats, and I’m even more glad that we both have found a few honest do-gooders and positive people. You’re definitely one of them for me.