Julie is Director of Development at the Tubman Center for Health & Freedom, a community organization committed to the principles of healing and people’s liberation from systems that make us unwell.
Julie has more than twenty years of experience in public policy and community organizing, much of it focused on health justice. A graduate of Columbia Law School, she launched the Washington Rural Access to Health Project as an Equal Justice Works fellow at Northwest Health Law Advocates. Later, she directed public policy at Alliance for a Just Society, where she supervised policy researchers and helped lead efforts related to language access, Medicaid expansion, health insurance regulation, and more. She also has been on staff at Main Street Alliance and has written widely on a range of public policy topics.