Defending Democracy with Informed Community Action in WNC

Every moment is an organizing opportunity, every person a potential activist, every minute a chance to change the world.

— Dolores Huerta


In addition to an amazing group of Action Team leaders and activists, Indivisible Asheville/WNC depends on a core group of volunteers working behind the scenes to keep things going strong. If you're interested in helping out with organizational or administrative work, please get in touch.


Led by Corinne Wullimann and founding member Brenda Murphree, the Organizational Team coordinates the work of all the others, balancing a lot of bouncing balls while standing on one foot and counting backwards from 100. Actually, it just feels like that at times.


Led by hardworking webmaster extraordinaire Jonathan Ross, this team of content strategists, web writers, and all-around project enablers has developed the site you’re on right now.

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Founding member Marla Milling, Brenda Cooke, and Ellen Costanzo work every day to keep the #IndivisibleAVL Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram feeds abuzz with the latest news, updates, and action alerts, to keep the rest of us in the know.


A brand-new team led by Heather Brooks and Gerald Ashby, this small group is creating a series of monthly skill-building workshops for live (and possibly livestream) presentations, on various topics including online security, effective use of video, letter-writing basics, and more.


What does it take to reach out to new people wanting to get involved? A trio of trainers and a veteran activist, for starters. Our presenters offer detailed training in the methods outlined in the Guide, while our experienced organizer (a veteran of the civil rights movement) helps newbies find their niche.