As a seasoned project and account manager, Julia strives to create a welcoming atmosphere centered on streamlined communication, with a little laughter, joy and creativity tossed in.
Q: Where did you work before this, what experience do you have from there?
A: Before Linchpin I was the Digital Project Manager for Davis Advertising in Worcester, MA. Working alongside the Digital Strategist, I managed a team of three developers, facilitated inter-agency collaboration and communication, and provided excellent customer service for some awesome clients.
Q: What is your career focus?
A: My career focus is cultivating a welcoming forum for ideas, creativity, and laughter to flourish.
Q: What do you believe your best strength is within the company?
A: Bringing people together—whether it be around my dining room table for homemade pizza or a conference room table for a project kickoff!
Q: How would you describe yourself with three words?
A: Curious, nurturing, and fun.
Q: How would your friends describe you?
…cultivating a welcoming forum for ideas, creativity, and laughter to flourish
A: Confident, creative, and intelligent.
Q: What is currently your computer background?
A: A graphic cloud print that was inspired by antique lithography.
Q: If money didn’t matter, what would you do all day?
A: Wander in the woods!
Q: What is your biggest pet peeve?
A: My biggest pet peeve is when drivers do not use their blinkers before turning.
Q: What makes you bored?
A: Nothing! I am not familiar with boredom.
Q: Tell me about something you would happily do again.
A: Relive my four years at Assumption College–it was a wonderful four years spent with amazing friends.
Q: What are your three most overused words or phrases?
A: Groovy, grool (Mean Girls reference), and heck yes!
Q: What are two things you have with you at all times?
A: A sketch book and pens.
Q: How would you define success?
A: Always giving your best and putting in the hard work.
Q: What advice would you give to your 18 year old self?
A: Trust yourself.
Q: What is the first thing on your bucket list?
A: Complete the Presidential Traverse (traveling about 23 miles, with 9,000 feet of elevation gain over 7 peaks).
Q: Favorite activities on your day off?
A: Hiking, cooking, and watching movies curled up with my cats.
Q: What is one thing you can’t live without?
A: My people–I’ve been blessed with some amazing friends and family.
Q: What does true leadership mean to you?
A: Good listening skills.
Have a question? Need some support? Just want to say hi?
Reach out to Julia at firstname.lastname@example.org – she’d love to talk!