advocacy organization, she rose to Fundraising Director and led an office of canvassers to break five years’ worth of fundraising goals. She has also fundraised for Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center music programs.
Several years ago, Juliet transitioned into Big Law media relations, working directly with firms including Baker Botts, Morrison & Foerster, Milbank and Venable LLP, among others. After leaving agency life she became an independent communications consultant and took on a variety of projects including publicity for a young climate activist, who attained international prominence overnight when she landed on the front page of the Washington Post; the media strategy for the launch of an augmented reality app created by Chinese mobile internet company, Cheetah Mobile and securing funding as an associate producer to cover the postproduction needs of a documentary that went on to screen at Lincoln Center and in film festivals nationwide.
For more than 20 years Juliet has volunteered for environmental causes, and most recently with two grassroots organizations, where she trained members on everything from interview preparation to media outreach and drafting press releases. These days Juliet has shifted her volunteer work toward mitigating food insecurity and other local issues that impact fellow New Yorkers.
Juliet, a native New Yorker, has a double major in Cultural Anthropology and Women’s Studies from Stony Brook University, The State University of New York, and thoroughly enjoyed her study abroad experience in Bangalore, India, during her senior year. When not working she enjoys the beach, art galleries and sampling from the many diverse restaurants New York has to offer.