Wendy Waldman, BSW, CBIST worked as a Resource Facilitation Coordinator for Brain Injury Association of Florida for 9 years until moving back to Indiana in 2013. She worked as a Brain Injury Continuum Outreach Manager with the Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana (RHI) from 2013 to 2022. Wendy now works as a NeuroResource Facilitator and a Clinical Research Coordinator for the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Indiana University School of Medicine. In this role, Wendy educates and presents on acquired brain injury throughout Central Indiana to build professional capacity. She also provides information and navigation to various programs and services available for individuals with acquired brain injury. In addition, Wendy assists survivors and families to access these resources and services, both brain injury specific and instrumental. Wendy is the current President for the Brain Injury Association of Indiana and also the past President for INAPSE (Indiana Association for Persons Supporting Employment First). Wendy is nationally certified as a Brain Injury Specialist Trainer (CBIST) and provides trainings all over the state to professionals through ACBIS and BIAA. Wendy is an active member of the Brain Injury Special Interest Group through the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine and has coauthored several publications regarding brain injury and various topics.