Julianne has served as Legislative Assistant/Chief of Staff in the Virginia General Assembly in the House of Delegates and the Senate. She has worked on gubernatorial, congressional, state Senate, House of Delegate, and local campaigns. Currently, Julianne works in government relations at the state level.
Julianne has been active in leadership roles in the Greater Richmond, Virginia, area for the last 25 years. Bringing people together for a common purpose has been part of her life’s work. With experience that spans the government and political spheres, as well as corporate and non-profit spaces, Julianne believes in equipping others with the knowledge to lead for the betterment of our communities. As the founder and President of the Virginia Conservative Women's Coalition, Julianne encourages and trains women to become more engaged as leaders in their communities by running for state or local office or seeking an appointment to a board or commission.
As the mother of three sons, she advocated for education issues as a citizen lobbyist at the federal and state level. Julianne has worked to promote civic engagement and to synthesize conservative principles in a meaningful way for students and adults.
With years of experience in the real estate investment and development space and a passion for historic preservation, Julianne was honored to manage a historic home on the National Register of Historic Places. Two of her favorite books are Bonhoeffer by Eric Metaxas and The Law by Frederic Bastiat.
Julianne is a graduate of The Sorensen Political Leaders Program at UVA, The Leadership Institute Leadership for Women and School of Campaign Management, the Jennifer Byler Institute, has a B.A. in government from Regent University, and is a candidate for an M.A. in Government/Law & Public Policy. Julianne serves on the Sister Cities Commission of Richmond, Virginia.