Julie is a seven-time Emmy Award-winning producer and writer with over 15 years of experience creating feature stories, documentary series, corporate branded content, and live television productions. Through her own company, Good Juju Media, LLC, she tells impactful human-interest stories for a variety of media outlets. Julie collaborates with clients ranging from large corporations to television networks to small production houses and brings her strong work ethic, dedication and expertise to all projects.
Most recently, Julie had the pleasure of producing and writing feature stories for Peacock’s On Her Turf, the first Olympics programming dedicated solely to telling women’s stories which streamed during the Tokyo games. Previously, Julie was the editorial director for Amazon Prime’s all-female announce crew for Thursday Night Football featuring Hannah Storm and Andrea Kremer. She is currently a segment producer for HBO’s Back on the Record with Bob Costas and is also producing a feature documentary, WATERSHED, on Paralympic swimmer Mallory Weggemann.
Before becoming a freelancer in 2019, Julie spent more than a decade at NBC Sports and Olympics where she was the lead edit producer on Sunday Night Football and Thursday Night Football. She also coordinated and produced feature stories and profiles for six Olympic games, eight Triple Crown horseracing seasons and multiple other properties. She was the creator and a producer of the long-form documentary series Download, which covered soccer stories around the English Premier League.
Prior to her work at NBC, Julie was the Associate Producer for Bravo’s Emmy Award-winning series Inside the Actors Studio with host James Lipton. She has a master’s degree from Columbia Journalism School and received her BA in Child Development and Communications from Tufts University.
Various clients include: Netflix, HBO, NBC, Vox Media, Amazon Prime, NFL Network, Bleacher Report, USTA/ESPN, PepsiCo, Ray-Ban, Xerox, LIXIL, ToldRight, and TFA Group.