Julie works with both sales reps and graphic artists to coordinate ads on The Daily Sentinel’s website, GJSentinel.com. She also manages Daily Sentinel Deals and the mobile app, and works on various other online pages like Golfer’s Corner.
Bachelor of Arts degree in English with a minor in Secondary Education from Berry College in Rome, Georgia.
Julie grew up in Georgia and made her way west via Florida, Texas, Maryland and upstate New York. She was a high school teacher for four years before turning to curriculum writing, which she still does in her spare time.
When she’s not clicking keys on her keyboard, Julie enjoys being outdoors. She skis, mountain bikes, camps, backpacks and occasionally stops long enough to sit down and just enjoy the views.
The end of mountain biking season is upon us. Sure, there might be days in December when we can ride, but soon the … more
Once again my dad, Karl, myself and my boyfriend set out on a backpacking trip this summer through the lush high … more
In April, myself and other bikers all across the country took part in a 30 Days of Biking Challenge. … more
GJSentinel.com’s new metered paywall allows guests access to 12 articles every month free of charge. In … more
The 2014 edition of Vacationland has published and now available on GJSentinel.com. You can read the … more
Spring biking in the valley can get crowded. … more
Recently we took a ski trip to explore some resorts around the state. We made a nice loop, staying in Gunnison for … more
The Daily Sentinel’s annual RIDE magazine is now available! All articles will appear online shortly, … more
If you aren’t a skier, you might not understand how obsessed we become with snow. … more
Two Sundays ago, I stood precariously on the top of a giant bump on the Cow Camp run at Powderhorn. I’ve … more
Not surprisingly, Moab made Singletracks.com’s Top 10 Mountain Bike Destinations list a few weeks ago. … more
If you’re looking for a great getaway with plenty of biking, hiking and spectacular views, put Park City, … more
Let’s face it: We can travel to all sorts of places for new biking adventures, but in the end, we have some … more
I wasn’t sure this backpacking trip was even going to happen, at least not in the way I first imagined it. … more
Prime backpacking season is upon us, and perhaps you’re considering heading out for your first foray into the … more
Some recent forecasts have called for it to hit 100 degrees, and although we didn’t attain triple digits, … more
One of the first things I grab before any bike ride is my backpack. … more
Spring is here, and the local bike trails are packed with riders. Locals, tourists, beginners and experts are out … more
If I’m being honest, the first reason I decided to volunteer for COPMOBA’s recent trail building day … more
Anticipation. That’s the feeling that comes over me with the first ride of bike season every year. … more