State President, Kansas Authors Club
Ronda Miller is a Life Coach and Poet who works with clients who have lost someone to homicide. She is currently a Peer Coach and traveling poet with Poetry for Personal Power. She is a Fellow of The Citizen Journalism Academy, World Company; a Certified Life Coach with IPEC (Institute of Professional Empowerment Coaching); a University of Kansas graduate; Lawrence resident; and mother to son, Scott, and daughter, Apollonia. Miller created poetic forms loku and ukol. She was a presenter at the Transformative Language Arts Conference at Goddard University in Vermont, October 2018. Miller gives presentations across the U.S. on grief, “Writing Your Trauma Without too Much Drama,” and end of life issues, “Talking to Crickets”.
Miller has three books of poetry, including MoonStain (Meadowlark 2015) and WaterSigns (Meadowlark 2017).
Ronda is the current President of Kansas Authors Club. She has served in past years as District 2 President and Convention Chair. At the state level she has been the Poetry Contest Manager (3 years) and Vice President (2016-2017).
When Miller isn’t coaching clients, or writing poetry, she is wandering The Arikaree Breaks and screaming into blizzards and thunderstorms.