Julie O'Keefe

Coordinator

Julie graduated from Syracuse University with degrees in Advertising and Psychology. She studied abroad in Florence, Italy her junior year, where she was able to explore much of what Europe has to offer, visiting museums, studying art history, and taking in the beauty of the city from Piazzale Michelangelo. Still, she hopes to cross visits to Iceland and New Zealand off her bucket list. She also spent a semester in NYC studying media, where she had the opportunity to attend various TV show tapings like The Daily Show, The Today Show, and The View, and learn about the careers of Trevor Noah, Savannah Sellers, and Sara Haines. She also got to meet Whoopi Goldberg and even former VP Joe Biden! It was there she found her love for city life, although we certainly are glad the Scituate native decided to make her way back to MA! 

Julie’s longtime favorite artists include Maroon 5 and Zac Brown Band, and she’s had a love for music since a very young age – her first concert being a stop on the Spice Girl’s Reunion tour. She lives adventurously whenever she can, whether it’s skydiving in Boston, paragliding in Switzerland, or hiking through Cinque Terre on the coast of Italy. Julie is also very athletic; she loves to run and has participated in half marathons in Boston, Syracuse, and D.C, with hopes of one day running the Boston Marathon. In the meantime, we’re happy she’s here running campaigns with us!

Written by: Emily Benoit

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