Julie Pierce

Get to know Julie Pierce, one of our Gifted for Leadership editorial advisors.
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Julie Pierce has one big dream: to empower leaders to change the world.

Julie does this through one-on-one coaching, consulting teams and communicating with groups through Empowered by Pierce. She is on the board of advisors for Gifted for Leadership as well as Today's Christian Woman magazine and the presenting partner for ProvenWay Ministries monthly Leaders Lunches. She serves on the National Advisory Council for Synergy and is part of the Faith Village leadership blogging community. Julie is also a certified Christian leadership coach through Coach Approach Ministries.

After receiving her communications degree from Texas A&M University, Julie led communications and marketing efforts for organizations including Insight for Living, Prestonwood Baptist Church, and Nokia Mobile Phones. For almost a decade, Julie served pastors and teams at Irving Bible Church. For eight of those years, she led the ministry to women and then later served as the Communications Pastor.

In addition to leadership bestsellers, Julie has a passion for pie and old-school Amy Grant. She has been married to the love of her life for 15 years and has two "superheroes" that call her mom. You can read her thoughts on leadership at http://www.empoweredbypierce.com or follow her on Twitter (@julie_pierce) or Pinterest (Julie Pierce).

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January 05, 2007 at 4:53 PM

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