Julianna is a founding partner of Crafted Leadership, LLC, a leadership development consultancy that develops creative, influential leaders. She has spent over 20 years in corporate settings, successfully facilitating critical conversations and offering key insights that take global leaders to the next level. Her expertise in leadership development and organizational transformation has yielded her a reputation as an inspiring facilitator and trusted coach focused on integrity, collaboration, and innovation. She’s been described as a “one-of-a-kind, in-the-moment master of transformation.”
Julianna is absolutely amazing. She has an incredible ability to go to the heart of complex issues and simplify it making it easier to deal with both emotionally and mentally. I have found her work with me to be profound and life changing.
- Dr. Paul Austin, Austin Functional Wellness
Julianna is an experienced conscious leadership coach and trainer. Prior to co-founding Crafted Leadership, Julianna was a consultant specializing in facilitation and market research with creative agencies around the world. She now combines her expertise in teaching leadership skills with her expertise in harnessing creativity to transform leadership and organizations. After working with Julianna, leaders and teams know how to create exceptionally collaborative environments and interactions that generate trust and lasting influence.
Julianna’s clients range from Fortune 500 firms and enterprises to government agencies, small businesses, start ups and individuals committed to their growth as leaders. A popular speaker, she presents on leadership, culture and contemporary work issues.
Julianna is a certified coach through the Hendricks Institute and the Evolutionary Power Institute and an active participant in Esther Perel’s professional community. She has a BA from Wellesley College and taught at the Creative Problem Solving Institute in Buffalo, NY. Julianna lives in Salt Lake City where she serves on the Board of Utah Diversity Connections.
Team dynamics and relationships