Julie has built a hybrid career as a researcher, writer, educator, scholar, and public historian over the past twenty years. She has worked extensively in interpretation, exhibit development, and strategic planning for museums, parks, and historic sites. Julie is a careful listener and creative problem solver who collaborates with clients, stakeholders, and community members to articulate needs and meet goals. She excels at archival, oral history, and field research and is skilled at applying digital technologies to document and interpret history and cultural heritage resources. Julie offers expertise in U.S., Native American, and other Indigenous histories and has experience facilitating outreach with Native communities. Throughout all her work, Julie remains committed to creating engaging experiences that connect people with the past.
Sr. Interpretive Planner