Julie Philbin Chief Project Officer

Julie Philbin

Julie Philbin Chief Project Officer

Julie has been working as a sales and marketing professional in the education industry since 2001. She has worked directly on the school side at Boston University, Corporate Education and the University of Phoenix. Now that she is on the agency side, her experience on the school side really helps her to put herself in her client’s shoes.

It helps her focus on providing her clients with exceptional customer service and results. She has always been fortunate enough to be in positions where she could wear many hats and work on multiple projects. She enjoys working with her clients to develop innovative marketing programs that will enable them to exceed their revenue goals.

Curious by nature, she is always learning and trying to figure out new things. She loves leveraging her curiosity to help clients solve problems. Julie has extensive experience in client management, budget management, admissions consulting, process improvement, sales tools and scripts development, lead management software implementation and improvement, development of lead generation strategies, online media buy and contract negotiation, campaign analysis and improvement, CPL management, social media strategy development and implementation, pay-per-click, direct mail, email, campaign analysis and improvement, copywriting, process development and improvement, development of sales and marketing tools, channel sales and marketing, catalog production, and project management.

Julie holds Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and Marketing from Merrimack College. She is also certified for health and nutrition by the Institute of Integrative Medicine, as well as a Yoga Alliance Certified Yoga Instructor. She loves to run, hike, cook, and practice yoga. She also has a dog named Ursula who keeps her busy when she’s not working. She is a strong advocate and fundraiser for causes to fight breast cancer or cancer in general. It is also important to her to give back to her local Boys and Girls Club.