HEALTHY COMMUNITIES PLANNING
Julia addresses social determinants of health through policy, systems, and environmental changes. Julia uses an equity lens in her work on affordable housing, active transportation, and access to healthy food for low-income communities. For the past six years, Julia has worked at the intersection of public health and urban planning to support and facilitate equitable, community-driven processes and strategies. She has ten years of experience working in the non-profit sector, building successful programs and developing partnerships to support organizational efforts. Julia has Masters degrees in City and Regional Planning and in Public Health from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.