WVU Online Student Ambassador
Master of Social Work
Juliet is the Shelter Program Coordinator for Children’s Home Society of West Virginia. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Child Development and Family Studies from WVU in 2016. She also received certifications in Infant/Toddler Education and Early Childhood Development. After she graduated, she worked as a service coordinator for West Virginia’s statewide early intervention program, WV Birth to Three, for a few years before she moved to Charleston and began working for CHS, while simultaneously pursuing her Master of Social Work degree.
Juliet is a member of Phi Alpha National Social Work Honor Society, was a Strengthening Trainings in Addiction and Recovery (STAR) Scholar for the 2020-2021 academic year, and is a current scholar in WVU’s Rural Integrated Behavioral Health Training Program (RIBHT) where she is working to learn more about behavioral health for adolescents in West Virginia.
Juliet has a passion for working with children of all ages as well as advocating for womens health. She is thinking about pursuing a career in school social work or independent practice with women and adolescent girls. Due to her own life experiences in the womens health space, Juliet is a fierce advocate for women and a voice for mental health and the impact of the mind-body connection. Juliet and her wonderful husband, Sam, live in Charleston. Sam practices civil defense litigation at a local firm, and they both share a passion for the Charleston community. Juliet can always be found with a cup of coffee or tea, at her local yoga studio, or talking walks in her neighborhood. She enjoys hiking, reading, and LOVES Mountaineer football! Her favorite role is Auntie Jules to her two sweet nephews and niece. She is excited to graduate this summer and continue to be a voice for the vulnerable.