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- Bachelor of Arts in Journalism with an emphasis in advertising, minor in fine arts, Indiana University Bloomington
Julie Scholl joined the IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy in November 2012 as manager of constituent relations within the marketing and communications team. In her role, she supervises the digital marketing strategist and communications assistant positions. She is responsible for the project management of the team’s major marketing initiatives, the school’s advertising strategy, and is the liaison between the marketing and communications team and all school units regarding their marketing and communication needs.
Julie possesses 18 years of marketing and communications experience across a variety of industries and business models including a national retailer, a global engineering consulting firm, a national franchise chain, and a national cooperative in the power transmission and industrial bearings industry. All of these have provided her with a broad-based background within a highly competitive and rapidly changing marketplace.
Her marketing expertise includes business-to-business (B2B) and business-to-consumer (B2C), as well as marketing for professional services and now higher education. Julie’s work experience also includes an international component stemming from her three years as New South Wales marketing manager for MWH (Sydney, Australia), a global engineering, construction, technology, and consulting company.
Julie received her bachelor’s degree in journalism with an emphasis in advertising and a minor in fine arts from Indiana University Bloomington. In her free time, she enjoys volunteering in the community and has been involved with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Colorado, the Diana Price-Fish Cancer Foundation (Denver, Colorado), and Girls, Inc. (Indianapolis, Indiana) in the past. For the last five years, Julie has been a member of the local Indianapolis chapter of the American Marketing Association. For the 2013–14 programming year, she was nominated to be the vice president of programming.
- American Marketing Association, member