Juliet has received significant awards and recognition for her real-world business insights. In 2016, she was a nominee for the prestigious Turknett Leadership Character “Inspiritor” Award in partnership with the Robert C. Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership. Juliet was also awarded the “2016 Crystal Mic” Award by Women In The Spotlight in Buffalo, NY. In 2014 and 2015, she was voted among the “Top 100 Black Women of Influence” by the Atlanta Business League.
Recognized for her mentoring style and as an industry problem solver, Juliet shares her insights through presentations, community service and published articles, as seen in her article “Your Livelihood vs. Your Calling,” published in the November 2015 edition of South Fulton Lifestyle Magazine. She also created a blog, Julie’s Journal, to share stories and practices to help mobilize individuals along their journey towards self-empowerment. Juliet is regularly requested as a keynote speaker and expert panelist to share her management experiences and best practices. She is considered a new generation influencer.
Juliet’s perspective also includes her extensive role as a community stakeholder serving on various boards, including the Urban League of Greater Atlanta (2017-2018 Board Chair). She formerly served on the board of directors with the South Fulton Chamber of Commerce (received the “2015 Board Member of the Year” Award), the National Advisory Board for Kennesaw State University Department of Communications, and others. Juliet is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated and The Links, Incorporated. Additionally, she is a 2017 alumna of Leadership Women America.
An advocate for servant leadership, Juliet is licensed to teach the Chick-fil-A SERVE Model (Copyright 2001 CFA Properties) and has presented to a range of industry audiences in business, education, tourism, and ministry domestically and internationally in South Africa, Zambia, Algeria, Brazil, Niger, Iraq and Jordan.
Juliet earned her Bachelor of Arts from Spelman College and a Master of Business Administration from the Terry College of Business at The University of Georgia. In her spare time, Juliet loves to travel internationally – she has traveled to over 20 countries – and can be found serving her best backhand on tennis courts in Atlanta.