7 years ago, Sally Perkins began volunteering her time telling stories at a local children’s hospital.

Pam Skrzynecki volunteers to take tickets and distribute tickets at storytelling programs at the Eugene and Mary Glick Indiana History Center as well as Ghost Stories at Crown Hill Cemetery.

Sandra Harris is a long time co facilitator of the As I Recall Storytelling Guild at the College Avenue Branch Library.

Linda Fernandez contacts high schools and local universities promoting our upcoming events.

Denise Martin volunteers her time for the life stories project and helps sell tickets for Ghost Stories at Crown Hill Cemetery.

Several years ago David Peerless began volunteering his time to tell stories at a local children’s hospital.

Fran Long began volunteering at the first Hoosier Storytelling Festival in 1988.  She then began to manage the gift shop during the festival and she continues to sell merchandise during our events.  She helps to update our database and distributes our brochures to the many Indianapolis Public Library branches.

Tom Corbett is always willing to pitch in and help. He is a long time storyteller at local children’s hospital and manages the tent during Ghost Stories at Crown Hill Cemetery.  He is also the Executive Directors right hand person during Talk of the Town.

Landon Vine tells stories at the local children’s hospital and volunteers during our big events.

Jim Obermaier is a past board member of Storytelling Arts of Indiana and currently tells stories at the local children’s hospital.

For many years now Ken Oguss has co-facilitated the As I Recall Storytelling Guild at the College Avenue Library.

Bethany Spencer has been telling stories at the local children’s hospital since 2003.  She is one of the original storytellers to participate in this program.

Rhonda Hunnicutt volunteers monthly in the office updating the database.

For the last few years Joy Held has volunteered as a judge during the annual Liars Contest.

John Robertson facilitates the As I Recall Storytelling Guild at the Hancock County Public Library. He has been doing this since its inception in 2011. It is because of John that the guild expanded to this site.