Julia Curtis (she/her) is a research and organization pro with a passion for problem-solving. As a Student Strategist at Piper & Gold Public Relations, she draws on her knowledge of communication theory and research methods to deliver solutions backed by data.
Communication check-ins and FYIs are Julia’s bread and butter, and she prioritizes openness in her work. As a student, she continuously seeks to further develop her skills and knowledge. Julia’s committed to confronting her own implicit biases and exploring the complexities of intersectionality.
Julia is a junior at Michigan State University, majoring in organizational communication and minoring in Spanish, Latin American and Caribbean studies, and public relations. She’s an MSU Honors College student and is the director of leadership development for the university’s Student Health Advisory Council (SHAC). Prior to her time at P&G, Julia worked as an Honors College professorial assistant and an undergraduate teaching assistant for MSU’s Department of Communication.
Outside of P&G, you can find Julia embarking on solo road trips or expanding her tattoo collection. She’s happiest outdoors, with her trusty Moka pot and a Spanish podcast.
Provided project management, writing and social media support for Piper & Gold’s 2020 Holiday Campaign: 12 Days of Empowerment. The campaign was recognized with a Judge’s Choice Award and Gold ADDY Award at the 2021 American Advertising Awards.
Provided research and processes support for Piper & Gold’s internal professional development sessions and recruiting.
Conducted a communications audit and developed a communications action plan for Michigan State University’s Student Health Advisory Council (SHAC).