Julia is a senior psychology major with a minor in education. She is also a bachelor’s-to-master’s student in the Applied Behavior Analysis program and hopes to work with young students with an autism diagnosis in the future. Outside of academics, she works as an RA on East campus and loves going to the gym with friends to help ease stress and keep herself healthy physically and mentally.
She says, “As someone with a passion for mental health, I knew becoming a well-being leader was the perfect opportunity for me to remind students the importance of caring for ourselves during such a busy and stressful time in our lives. I have personally struggled with anxiety for as long as I can remember and hope to share some of the strategies and campus resources that have helped me cope with my anxiety throughout college. I look forward to offering fellow students a safe space to vent and feel both heard and supported.”