Julie Feng is an award-winning content creator with 5+ years of experience as a writer and editor in the fields of education and social justice. She is a digital communications expert who has managed vibrant social media presences across multiple platforms. As a web analytic specialist, Julie has a proven track record of turning data into stories. Most of all, she is a passionate advocate for equality.
Beyond digital media, Julie is also a member of the literary community. Her poetry has appeared in Pacifica Literary Review, Noble / Gas Qtrly, Quaint Magazine, and more. Her social justice journalism has appeared in many diverse publications from The Seattle Globalist to Everyday Feminism.
Previously, she has been a Teacher’s Assistant in the Seattle Public Schools and an Access Services Technician in the University of Washington Library System.
Most recently, she was working in the youth development sector in Morocco, where she advocated for students through creative programming, TESOL courses, and sustainable mentorship. She was the National Coordinator for the Write On Annual Competition. Julie served on the Peace Corps Morocco Multi-Media Committee and as the Vice-Chair of the Gender and Development Committee. She has created girls empowerment programs in partnership with Michelle Obama’s Let Girls Learn.
She holds a degree in Creative Writing from the University of Washington. Julie, who is originally from Taiwan, grew up in the Pacific Northwest and is currently based in Seattle.