For over three decades, Julie's voice has been a source of education and inspiration, as well as entertainment.
Her 50 years of background in science and medicine, enhances and broadens her vocabulary for unique opportunities in voiceover work.
She has enriched lives of the blind and visually impaired through WXXI's , REACHOUT RADIO, reading service and Geva Theater's live audio description service.
Julie has lent her voice to the worldwide project,"VocalID", so those without a voice can be digitally matched and regain speech through their computers. She is currently participating in the second phase of this project.
Her involvement in community theater has spanned 30 years as a choreographer, actress, and director. She continues as a lector and commentator in her Fairport parish, a ministry she has done everywhere she has lived since 1975.
Having started on the radio at the age of 4 by standing on a chair to reach the mic, Julie continues to expand her association with digital broadcast media and her love of the power of the spoken word. Chair no longer required.