Julia Case-Levine

Julia Case-Levine

Fellow

As a journalist, Julia learned that a good story has the power to change how we think — and what we choose to think about. Reporting on everything from secret women’s running clubs in Saudi Arabia to contemporary artists in Laos, Julia helped readers see more deeply into new and familiar worlds alike.

Today, Julia channels her passion for narrative into helping clients tell stories that spark curiosity and inspire action. At West Wing Writers, she’s penned op-eds for criminal justice advocates and speeches for feminist activists. She’s written for CEOs, leaders of global foundations, and Democratic politicians.

Before joining West Wing Writers, Julia was awarded a fellowship through Princeton in Asia and spent a year in Vientiane, Laos, teaching English and Creative Writing. Julia studied American History at Princeton University, graduating with High Honors. At Princeton, she won the C.O. Joline Prize in American History and University Center for Human Values Senior Thesis Prize. When she’s not molding speeches, she’s molding silver into rings and chains in her NYC apartment studio.

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