Julie Jones

Julie Jones

Julie Jones

Julie moved to San Luis Obispo in 1980. She has a husband, Ernie, and seven children. After her children started school, she studied at Cal Poly and received a Masters in Counseling. Julie worked as a middle school counselor for fifteen years and as an administrator and instructor for the University of La Verne for seven years. Thirteen years ago, Julie worked with friends to start a non-profit called Womenade to help women and family in crisis with immediate needs. From that small group of seven women, there are now over one thousand on the Womenade email list.

In 2012, Ernie and Julie spent a year in Africa as missionaries. They had the opportunity to work with school, hospitals and single mothers who wanted to establish their own small businesses. Upon returning she learned about the Commission on the Status of Women and was appointed in August 2014.  Julie is thrilled to have the opportunity to serve on the commission as Vice Chair.

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Julie Jones

Julie Jones

Julie Jones

Julie moved to San Luis Obispo in 1980. She has a husband, Ernie, and seven children. After her children started school, she studied at Cal Poly and received a Masters in Counseling. Julie worked as a middle school counselor for fifteen years and as an administrator and instructor for the University of La Verne for seven years. Thirteen years ago, Julie worked with friends to start a non-profit called Womenade to help women and family in crisis with immediate needs. From that small group of seven women, there are now over one thousand on the Womenade email list.

In 2012, Ernie and Julie spent a year in Africa as missionaries. They had the opportunity to work with school, hospitals and single mothers who wanted to establish their own small businesses. Upon returning she learned about the Commission on the Status of Women and was appointed in August 2014.  Julie is thrilled to have the opportunity to serve on the commission as Vice Chair.



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