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Branding, Marketing, Advertising, PR


Mexico, United States

Julia Vanderput has developed some of the world's most beloved brands. Today, she focuses on developing partnership brand strategies for Live Nation, the global leader in live entertainment. She has contributed to publications like Mother Tongue and Feministing, published "To Walk Through Oneself," a poetry and photography chapbook with Pocket Press, and developed Songbird Sessions, LA's largest women and genderqueer showcase of musical talent. As a trained DE&I Change Agent and a birth doula, she has actively contributed to her community of women. She has served on the Executive Board of Directors for Compass Center for Women and Families and provided consultancy on women's rights for district judges in her role as a Guardian Ad Litem. Currently, she volunteers as a birth doula for low-income birthing parents through Joy In Birthing Foundation.

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I take great pride in being unconventional in every way. Living an unconventional life allows individuals to break free from societal norms and expectations, providing them with the freedom to explore their authentic selves. By embracing non-traditional paths, they can question established beliefs and challenge their own limitations, leading to personal growth and self-discovery. The unconventional life opens doors to unique experiences, diverse perspectives, and a wider range of opportunities, fostering a deeper understanding of the world and one's place in it. It encourages individuals to step outside their comfort zones, confront fears, and navigate uncertainties, fostering resilience and adaptability. Ultimately, by defying conventions, individuals can uncover their true passions, purpose, and meaning, creating a fulfilling and meaningful life on their own terms. I don't believe in traditional ideas of marriage, children and work, for example. Or beauty. Or aging. These have no pull for me, so they are of no use for me.

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