Julia is a recent graduate from USC’s Marshall School of Business with a focus on social entrepreneurship. A native Los Angeleno, Julia currently works as a nonprofit consultant and previously worked for the Jewish Federation of Greater of Los Angeles as the Manager of Partnerships and Innovation as well as the Assistant Director of NuRoots. In those roles she was instrumental in establishing strategic partnerships throughout the Los Angeles Jewish community and building a fellowship program, PresenTenseLA, that successfully launched over 20 new social ventures. Prior to that experience, Julia worked for the Union of Reform Judaism’s Religious Action Center in Washington, D.C. developing innovative engagement, communications and fundraising strategies for the Reform movement nationwide. In addition to her Masters of Science in Social Entrepreneurship degree, she holds a bachelors degree in Political Communications from The George Washington University.