Julie Raboinowitz

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"Either write things worth reading or do things worth the writing."
Benjamin Franklin

About Julie Dumont Rabinowitz

A native New Englander who lived for several years in North Carolina and New York, Julie has extensive experience as an educator, writer, and non-profit program manager focused on community engagement with the humanities and social sciences.

Julie has extensive experience in governmental, cultural, academic and civic organizations. In each of these positions, she has researched and written about contemporary and historical subjects. Julie has written numerous press releases, advertisements, brochures, feature articles, textbook chapters, journal articles, website copy, blogs, and museum exhibit copy.


Julie holds undergraduate degrees in History and Communication Arts from Marist College in Poughkeepsie, New York, and a Master’s degree in Communication Studies from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill where she focused her studies on public policy argument. Her thesis covers the campaign rhetoric of President Bill Clinton, and she was a student of the esteemed historian William Leuchtenburg.

Julie has taught Communication Studies courses including Public Speaking, Business Communication, Introduction to Communication, Argumentation and Debate, and Research Methods of Communication at numerous colleges and universities, including the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, North Carolina State University, North Carolina Wesleyan College, the University of Southern Maine, and Andover College in Portland, Maine. In 2008, she won a prestigious Mellon Learning Associate grant at Bates College to mentor graduating Rhetoric majors as they wrote their senior theses. Julie has coached nationally-ranked intercollegiate debate teams in New York, North Carolina, and Maine.

A Critical Perspecitive

With extensive experience in argumentation, research, and organizational leadership, Julie brings a critical perspective to all projects.  She will review your project to ensure that your writing is effective, comprised of compelling arguments, targeted for specific audiences, supported with strong evidence

She is familiar with a number of styles, including AP, Chicago, APA, and MLA.