embody the change that wants to emerge
Julie Norris is a social entrepreneur and community advocate utilizing the mechanism of business to create positive social, economic and environmental change in our community. Julie regularly consults for entrepreneurs and non-profits and is a frequent panelist and guest lecturer.
As co-founder and former co-owner of Dandelion Communitea Cafe, her focus on cultivating authentic community helped birth the now thriving localist movement throughout Central Florida. As a localist advocate, Julie co-founded the OurLando movement and is the voice of an award winning talk show, Front Porch Radio on WPRK 91.5fm. She is a BALLE enthusiast, Slow Money champion and advocate for social & economic sovereignty on behalf of women and single mothers, in particular. She is also a mother, graphic designer, writer, amateur photographer, folk doula and hobby herbalist.
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