Sr. Community Health Analyst,
Julie has 15 years of experience in addictions prevention and program coordination. Her passions include community education, leadership development, media and public policy.
Active on local and national levels, one of Julie’s key functions has been coordinating PreventionLane’s problem gambling prevention program. Julie is a new member of the Board of Directors of the National Council on Problem Gambling (2016-2019), and a member of the Council’s prevention committee. She regularly provides training and technical assistance on prevention and problem gambling across the U.S., and in 2012 was awarded from the National Council on Problem Gambling with the Wuelfing Prevention Award, the highest honor in the field.
Additionally, Julie administers the Oregon PGS website on behalf of Oregon Problem Gambling Services. She is also a mentor for Certified Prevention Specialist candidates and an intern supervisor.
Outside of her work with Lane County, Julie is an instructor at the University of Oregon with the Department of Counseling Psychology and Human Services. She has a background as a Registered Dietitian, having worked in a variety of in- and outpatient settings in the Los Angeles area prior to moving to Eugene. Her hobbies include practicing martial arts, being a sports nut (Go Ducks!), frozen yogurt trips with her tween daughter, and light saber battles with her younger son.
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