Julie is an executive coach, team development coach and group facilitator, working with leaders and teams to be more resourceful, grounded, wise and well as they navigate the ever-changing, fast-moving, uncertain, challenging, and demanding circumstances of their work and the world.
Julie is currently on the faculty of New Ventures West, an International Coach Federation accredited coaching school, a Senior Fellow at the Babson College Lewis Institute for Social Innovation and was a founding faculty member for the Masters in Design for Social Innovation program at the School for Visual Arts (New York). As a Senior Research Associate at the Boston College Center for Corporate Citizenship, she supported executives and managers in effectively catalyzing change toward more responsible and sustainable business practice through applied research, consultation, coaching and facilitating a peer-to-peer learning network of corporate responsibility executives from fourteen Fortune 500 companies.
She holds the Professional Coach Certification from the International Coach Foundation, is a Certified Hakomi Practitioner, and holds a Ph.D. in Sociology from Boston College, with a focus on the intersections of culture, history and politics.
Julie loves to dance, is a long-time yoga practitioner and has a long-term, well-developed spiritual practice that integrates inner development and mindful engagement in the world. She lives with her partner in Cambridge, Massachusetts and has three grown sons she adores and enjoys.