I will be working remotely for the fall 2020 semester. Please send me an email if you want to talk about participating in a virtual conference/workshop/training, have a community engagement project idea, or want to explore how to incorporate CPGC into your time at Haverford!
Julie joined the CPGC in 2015 as a data assistant and now manages the Off-Campus Conferences and Workshops and Community Engagement funds, in addition to coordinating publicity for the Center’s programs and maintaining the online application system.
Her commitment to ethical community engagement in educational settings stems from an integrated learning program she was a part of in middle school, which uses the territory of the Darby Creek Watershed as a platform for learning about Lenni Lenape presence and history in the region we inhabit, environmental justice, sustainable living, etc.
Julie earned her B.A. in Broadcasting, Telecommunications, & Mass Media from Temple University in 2012. Following the completion of her degree, Julie worked for several years at 88.5 WXPN, contributing to the radio station's local music blog and coordinating the web presence for Zydeco Crossroads, a project supported by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.