Julie Finn is a life strategist, coach, thought leader and lively storyteller who is passionate about helping people live abundant, fulfilled, and happy lives.
Julie is the Chief Mentor at the Working Mother’s Mentor, a training and facilitation company dedicated to supporting professional women. It provides both virtual and on-site in-person programs to inspire, engage, and guide professional women as they navigate personal and career transitions. From returning to work after parental leave, to on-ramping after an extended time away from work, to managing promotions and other career pivots, they leverage years of research, strategic frameworks, and proprietary tools to help working women achieve successful and fulfilling outcomes.
They also provide premium individual and group coaching programs.
Julie is also the host of the Working Mother’s Mentor podcast, available on most podcast platforms including iTunes, Stitcher, and on their website, http://www.theworkingmothersmentor.com.
The Working Mother’s Mentor podcast brings inspiration, actionable strategies, and concrete advice on leading an inspired, high impact life. Through candid interviews with successful executives, entrepreneurs, and other leaders, we discover their secrets to juggling their professional and family lives. The interviews cover business, career, work life balance, family, personal development, and charting your own course. The podcast provides a journey of transformation as we learn how to craft happy, abundant lives, on our own terms.
She honed her expertise in strategy and marketing roles at top tier global companies including The Coca-Cola Company, The Boston Consulting Group, The Walt Disney Company, and Deloitte.
Julie received her BA and MBA from Stanford University and her Masters in Social Research from the University of Oxford, where she was a Fulbright Scholar and a Rotary Scholar. She is a world traveler having visited over 45 countries and lived on three continents. She lives in Georgia with her husband and three children.