C. D. Culper was born in southern Indiana and loves to spend his time writing bios in third person. After receiving his degree in education from Indiana University in 2008, he joined Americorps. Since then he has been an advocate for nonprofits and community education in Colorado, Tennessee, and now in his home state. He is passionate about making a lasting connection with readers, and he believes every person has an opportunity to grow and thrive as they discover their passions through the never-ending, formative years of our lives.
A sea of golden leaves, front porches, an old railroad bridge, the chatter of downtown … these possess “the reality of what Bloomington is,” writes C. D. Culper. In this second of our two feature stories on having a sense of belonging, Culper says everything Bloomington holds dear is held in “the B-Line’s pulse and patterns.” Click here to read the full story.