Mimi Windemuller is a Project Manager for the WICHE Mental Health Program. She started with the organization in January 2012 as a consultant to help promote and expand Supported Employment and Supported Education to Community Mental Health Centers in Colorado. After undergoing Supported Employment trainer training at the Dartmouth Psychiatric Research Center, she expanded her work into other evidence-based practices (EBPs) in Colorado, Arizona, and South Dakota. While working with the Colorado Office of Behavioral Health, she helped facilitate the state’s acceptance into the Johnson & Johnson Dartmouth Community Mental Health Program for Supported Employment. Currently, she manages a project in Arizona focused on the training, implementation, and evaluation of four EBPs (Assertive Community Treatment, Supported Employment, Permanent Supportive Housing, and Consumer Operated Services). Prior to joining WICHE, Mimi brings more than 20 years of combined experience in marketing communications, training, and business management in both the corporate and private sector. She has utilized her background to work with stakeholders at all levels to support and promote various behavioral health programs. In addition to project management, she offers a variety of skills including developing training and informational materials, collaborating with state and behavioral health agencies on TA needs, presenting training modules, and fidelity evaluation and reporting.