Julie Evans

Julie Evans

Writer and editor

Expertise

Writing, Editing

Education

University of Nebraska at Kearney, The Johns Hopkins University

Highlights

Julie Ryan Evans is a writer and editor who has worked with a host of diverse companies including Microsoft, USA Today, Realtor.com, Brit + Co, CafeMom, and SheKnows among others. She has a Masters degree in nonfiction writing from Johns Hopkins University and regularly covers topics including health and wellness, parenting, technology, finance, real estate and pop culture. While she currently calls the Orlando area home, she has lived everywhere from Hawaii to Austin to Boston and beyond.

Experience

Julie's work—which covers topics including health and wellness, parenting, technology, finance, real estate and pop culture—has appeared on USA Today, Realtor.com, Brit + Co, CafeMom, and SheKnow, among others. 

Education

Julie received her master's degree in nonfiction writing from Johns Hopkins University.

 

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