Girls To Watch Contributor
Julie Green Davis is Senior Sales Director at etouches, the most comprehensive web-based event software management platform available. She also serves as Co-Founder and Vice President of the Walnut Club, an elite professional women’s organization. Julie received her Bachelor’s in Business at the Metropolitan State University of Denver, where she was a collegiate volleyball All-American athlete. After spending years in finance and marketing, Julie launched her career in technology sales, where she began focusing her time on building long lasting relationships while providing exceptional customer service skills. Combined with her passion for technology and deep understanding of the events industry, Julie co-founded a networking mobile app focused on creating better connections across individuals, events and organizations. Soon after running her own business, Julie came back to her love of selling event technology solutions to global corporations. Julie is an avid support of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS), and was nominated for the 2015 Man & Woman of the Year campaign where she helped raise money to help find a cure for blood cancers. Continuing her love for the event industry, Julie is also an active board member of the MPI Greater New York Chapter. Julie’s contributions to her industry and the community were awarded in 2015 as she was selected as The Skilled Set: 40 Under 40 for Collaborate Magazine. Passionate about history, Julie’s been known to visit Independence Hall a few times a week. When she’s not exploring Philadelphia’s best historical spots, Julie spends her time training for half marathons and exploring the east coast with her husband.
See Julie’s recent blog posts below.
- Mother-daughter dynamic duos dominate Mother’s Day- In honor of Mother’s Day, we take a look at mother-daughter teams who have made an impact on the great city of Philadelphia.
- Patrice Banks, Girls Auto Clinic- Who set the perception that men can only work on cars? And why are men perceived as the only sex to have the knowledge base of how cars operate?