From Social Community Manager to Consultant -- Saying goodbye (well, sort of) to She Writes

Hello, wonderful She Writers!


I want to thank you for all you've done to make She Writes the strong, supportive community that it is. As She Writes Social Community Manager this past year, I've enjoyed getting to know many of you, reading your engaging posts, brainstorming and discussing with you in groups, and watching your success while learning from our webinars and working with our expert consultants.  She Writes is a truly inspiring place and you make it that way!


Why am I waxing so sappy, you ask? I'm feeling appreciative because today is my last day wearing the Social Community Manager hat. Since last winter, She Writes has been run by 1.5 women -- Founder, Kamy Wicoff, and myself part-time. To continue to make She Writes sustainable, we're paring down to 1 (yikes!), so please be patient in the coming weeks as Kamy fields, well, everything. (Talk about a one-woman show!)


But strike the doom and gloom -- the good news is that I'm actually not going too far! I will be staying on as a She Writes Web and Social Media Consultant in line with my own freelance consulting, and I look forward to working with you individually on websites, social media strategy, media production, or music that you (or anyone you know) ever may need.


I'm thrilled to have She Writers as such inspiring colleagues, and my "door" is always open to you. You can contact me anytime through my She Writes profile, and I'd love to connect in cyberspace on TwitterFacebook, and LinkedIn.


Until then, a sort of au revoir,



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Comment by Meadow Braun on August 22, 2011 at 6:58am
sorry to see you go. it's been a pleasure partially/electronically working with you. thanks for everything!
Comment by Augie on August 18, 2011 at 8:21pm

Julia, I'm new to 'She Writes' and I love it. Thank you for all the energy you put into this site, I'm so impressed. You will be hearing from me especially in the area of tech.

Thanks again



Comment by Julia Barry on August 17, 2011 at 10:20pm
Thanks for all your heartwarming responses! Please do feel free to stay in touch. Go She Writers!
Comment by Kit Frazier on August 17, 2011 at 6:15pm

Sorry to see you go, but will follow you on Twit/FB/LI--I'm looking forward to your consulting biz!

Comment by Deborah Siegel on August 17, 2011 at 6:01pm

ulia, you have been WONDERFUL to and for She Writes and clearly will be sorely missed. Everyone: I fully endorse Julia's services as a consultant, having worked with her firsthand. 

Comment by Amber Medina West on August 17, 2011 at 5:45pm

Glad to hear you will still be involved with She Writes!  Best wishes in your new role here, as well as your outside endeavors! 


All the best,



Comment by Lisette Brodey on August 17, 2011 at 5:36pm
Good luck, Julia! :-) Really glad you're not going too far.
Comment by Monica Medina on August 17, 2011 at 5:10pm
This is so sad! You've been amazing to work with and I so appreciate all your help during the BlogHer conference when I was sending in my posts from the front.  Glad to know you'll still be around in some way and I do look forward to meeting you in person some day!
Comment by Nancy K. Miller on August 17, 2011 at 4:58pm

Thanks, Julia. You've been great--and I know I won't be alone to miss you.

Good luck with all that comes next,



Comment by Mrs. Barbara Jean Fields on August 17, 2011 at 4:33pm

 Thanks, for your support, i'm glad to be associated with this. 

Best wishes!

Barbara Jean Fields

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