Meet Julie Jakopic - Change Agent #0051 of our #SCN1000ChangeAgents Series.
Julie receives rave reviews from clients, for her combination of seasoned pragmatism and innovative motivational tools. They credit her ability to not only build and grow their own leadership skills, but also her uncanny capacity to help executives develop the talent of their teams. Her commitment to inspiring change has roots in her commitment to increasing opportunities for people. She has led numerous non-profit organizations.
Most recently she led Virginia’s List, a political action committee dedicated to electing progressive democratic women to state office in Virginia, to nearly double the number of women in the Democratic Caucus. Julie specializes in working with multi-talented creative problem-solvers. And her own background reflects a multitude of creative interests. A former nationally ranked synchronized swimmer with a passion for chocolate, Julie is a juried photographer. She holds an MA in Sociology and a BA in Communication from the University of Maryland.
Website - www.iLeadStrategiesw.com
LinkedIn - www.linkedin.com/in/juliejakopic/
Virginia's List - www.VirginiasList.com
Hopkins House - www.HopkinsHouse.org
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