Vote for Board Members

Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers
2017 Election Ballot

RMFW is electing a new president and secretary. Please vote below. Only active members' votes are counted.

Board Voting 2017

RMFW is electing a new president and secretary. Only active members' votes are counted.
  • Executive Board Member Vote

  • Please choose the candidate for whom you're voting.
  • About Wendy Terrien: Wendy has been a member of RMFW since 2011 and she believes in giving back to the organization that has given her so much. She’s served as the Colorado Gold Bag Lady, as Secretary, and she is RMFW’s Independent Writer of the Year for 2017. Her debut novel, The Rampart Guards earned a Kirkus starred review and was named to Kirkus Reviews’ Best Books of 2016. Wendy also has experience in the corporate world as a product marketing manager and product executive. She currently works for IBM where her office mates are her rescue dogs Maggie, Shea, and Boon.
  • About Julie Cameron: Julie is an award-winning author and screenwriter of contemporary romance and romantic comedy. She has been a member of Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers (RMFW) and Romance Writers of America (RWA) since before her first book was published in 2015, and a member of Lighthouse Writers Workshop since 2012. She is also a member of Colorado Romance Writers (CRW), and served as Secretary of the Board during the 2016/2017 year. Julie is a long-time resident of Denver, Colorado where she enjoys spending time with her family and friends. When she isn’t writing, she’s thinking up excuses to take her nieces and nephews out in search of a chocolate fix. She also does content/development editing, coaching for writers, and writing workshops.
    About Sue Duff: Sue is the bestselling, award-winning author of the Fantasy/SciFi series The Weir Chronicles, and writes for Wicked Ink Books with featured short stories in each of their anthologies. She's been a member of RMFW since 2009. Sue was a Colorado Gold Contest finalist in 2010, joined IPAL in 2015, and was nominated for Independent Writer of the Year in 2016. She has volunteered at conference since 2010, assisting at the registration desk, as a room monitor, a presenter, a mentor, has helped with stuffing conference swag bags, and has assisted with setting up and manning the bookstore. Sue became RMFW's Volunteer Coordinator in 2017. She is currently helping to launch a new Teen Writers Program through RMFW.