At Living Cities, Julienne’s role rests at the intersection of capturing data and sharing lessons learned about what it takes to close racial wealth and income gaps.
Julienne supports practitioners with telling stories about their journey, successes and challenges in advancing inclusive economic growth. She also contributes to the execution of Living Cities’ programmatic work, where public sector leaders are working to operationalize racial equity in their cities.
Julienne is an alum of University of North Carolina Wilmington. As a resident assistant and representative on student government, she advocated for resources to support survivors of sexual violence and a curriculum that recognized the history of race in Wilmington, North Carolina. She also volunteered with a grassroots organization that pushed for clean drinking water in her community.