As a native of Georgia, and growing up in Snellville, the south is Julie’s home. Many would say her soul is one with an adventurous spirit. Julie has always had a passion for travel and South Africa holds a special place in her heart as it became the destination that allowed for a new understanding of different cultures and people.
Upon returning to the USA, Julie was able to expand and foster both her personal and business life within the banking and aviation fields.
Julie is a mother of two young girls in Winder, Georgia, Hannah (7) and Addie (4), and they keep this young mother incredibly busy; but we can’t forget the other family members: Red, the dog and Margot, the hamster.
As per Brene’ Brown: “We have to be the women we want our daughters to be”. Volunteering at the local church allows Julie and her family the ability to fellowship within the community and to develop a servant’s heart. In light of the issues surrounding Covid-19, Julie, Hannah and Addie have become involved with local food distribution.
Julie enjoys organic gardening in her free time, which allows her to participate in outdoor activities with her girls including exciting bug hunts and teaching opportunities in the field of science. Julie’s ultimate desire, however, is to bring joy to others while also being a good role model for the next generation.
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