My Mentors


One of the values I learned growing up was to be an avid learner. My parents were always involved in something. These days they are learning bridge, pickleball, ukelele, having progressive dinners in their neighborhood, birding, & reading. One of the ways that I learn best is by asking questions of the folks I admire most; my cadre of mentors. During the month of May, I took photos with my local mentors & would love to share them with you.

Featured: Erika Mazza, Kym Wilkens, Sharon Tewskbury-Bloom, Travis Agnew, Erin Widman, Lauree Battice, Brandon Kelone, Elizabeth Vogler, & of course Miles, Ruby & Mark Lancaster.

I am so grateful for their wisdom & guidance.

Best, Julie

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