West Indianapolis Neighborhood Congress (WINC) is a resident-led and operated organization. We believe that people who live in our neighborhood should be heard before decisions are made that will impact our daily lives. We stay in contact with neighbors, various organizations, and leadership to make sure everyone has a chance to be informed and weigh in on the things that impact us directly. We are all volunteers who live here, and we all have a voice that counts.
WINC formed over 50 years ago to give West Indy a voice when I-70 and Harding Street plans became a reality that would physically divide our neighborhood. Since the 1970s, we have continued to engage neighbors and leadership on various quality of life issues. Today, we are a registered, nonprofit, resident-led and operated organization.
If you would like to get more involved in our community, you can sign up be a member, subscribe to our newsletter, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you to our officers and board members who continue to serve!
Jessica is a 5th generation resident of West Indy. Her focus is on environmental justice issues.
Priscilla is a lifelong resident who values the diverse perspectives and experiences of our neighbors. She seeks to encourage collaboration between residents and business partners within West Indy to make lasting positive impacts to our Quality of Life.
Michelle is a nearly lifelong West Indy resident and has served as a resident volunteer and advocate for many years. Her goal is always to support our community and our neighbors. Her focus is on parks and beautification.
Jon is a lifelong West Indy resident. He focuses on social justice issues in our neighborhood.