Processed with VSCOcam with g3 presetHi, I’m Julia! I’m a senior at American University with a passion for online journalism and magazines. Previously, I’ve written for New York Magazine, xoJane, Salon, BuzzFeed, HerCampus and Thought Catalog.

I’m insatiably curious. I love writing about offbeat topics in plain sight, and interviewing people is one of my favorite things. Whether they’re a changemaker, a celebrity or just the person sitting next to me on the bus, I think everyone has a story to tell. I want to help tell it.

I’m on the lookout for an entry-level job at a magazine or online publication. Want to chat? You can get in touch with me here!


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  1. Loved your blog about your disability. In 2010, like overnight I became violently ill with severe multiple chemical sensitivity. Like you I didn’t know what was wrong with me and neither did the doctors. It was one of the most scary times of my life. I totally understand the concept of hidden disability. I am 80% healthy now I still have some on-going health issues. Your article really spoke to me in a way that most people don’t understand! MCS is a terrible illness. Unfortunately there is no treatment or cure. There are neurological exercises that I did through a program called the dynamic neural retraining system. It’s saved my life!! Many ppl with uncommon illness suffer in silence; frightened and isolated.
    Once Again TY

  2. Great article on disability! Get your word out there as much as you can. Too many people do not understand and your article will help them at least be willing to understand. You can write human interest/disability articles for the NY Times! As a person with a disability, I value stories like yours. I work at reaching the uneducated instead of continually preaching to the choir. After all, we’re all in this together! Thank you.

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