Do you have a motto, or some words of wisdom, that has guided you through your life?
What is your fondest childhood memory?
Being with my parents and all the love I received.
What is something your parents taught you that you will never forget?
To be happy with whatever I have in my life.
How do you stay so motivated and committed?
I am fortunate to have a child who has had success in graduate school. With almost 1 in every 5 children affected by learning and communication challenges, there is such a significant need for better identification of these disorders and more effective treatments so that these children have every opportunity to reach their full potential. But ultimately, I love what I do and I love the people I get to work with in our organziation.
How does the seasoned woman compete in a marketplace that is focused on looking and being young?
You must be dressed at all times and look glamorous.
What is your most treasured possession?
My family & friends.
If your house was up for sale, and a potential buyer did a walk through, what would your home say about you?
It is very regal and colorful
What do you have to say to all the young women/men out there ready to take on the future?
Be positive and strive for what you want. You will get it.
How do we get our young people more interested in charitable giving and community volunteering?
The easiest way to introduce young people to charitable giving and volunteering is by introducing them at a young age to the importance of giving back to the community through observing their parents and others philanthropic endeavors
As a founding member of The Unicorn Children's Foundation, Juliette has provided her experience, abilities, dedication, and enthusiasm to help build and nurture the organization. As Founding President of the Friends of the Unicorn, she has taken her passion for the mission of the foundation and used it to create the first chapter in
In addition to being a founding member, Juliette was gala chair in 1999, 2000, and 2003. She is on the honorary advisory board and served as a consultant and committee chair for galas in
As well as her work with The Unicorn Children's Foundation and Friends of the Unicorn, Juliette is very active in the community in which she lives. She was on the Board of Directors for the Boca Centre for the Arts and hosted the Montreal Symphony Orchestra in her home for an awareness presentation about the Centre of the Arts; member of the Excalibur Society, Lynn University; past member of the Caldwell Theater; Life Member on the volunteer board for the Montreal Symphony Orchestra; Life Member and board of the Chateau Ramsey Museum and chair of their 100th Anniversary gala; Life Member of Hadassah and committee chair for their gala art auction. Juliette has also received the Award of Distinction from the Canadian Cancer Society and served on the committee of the Daffodil Ball until 1998. She was also on the committee of the Association Cervantes, an international society for diplomat's wives. She was one of the honorees for the 2003 Wachovia Woman of the Year Award representing The Unicorn Children's Foundation and won the Woman of Grace Award for