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Julia's Projects

Welcome to my project page! This page highlights my event work over the last few years at Wasserman, Nail Communications, and freelancing in the New York City area.

Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic

I had the privilege of working alongside the talented event team at Overland Entertainment to host the 2023 Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic. Throughout the event, I managed the photography stations, handed out beverages to attendees, and assisted in setting up the merchandise station. The event had over 6,500 attendees with the most elaborate attire to date! 


Rhode island foundation annual meeting

The Rhode Island Foundation hosted its 2023 Annual Meeting in honor of CEO Neil Steinberg's 15th and final year at the Foundation. As Account Lead, I worked with our creative team at Nail Communications to create schedules, programs, and menus for the meeting. We also collaborated with RIF to create a farewell board for Neil where attendees could congratulate him with handwritten postcards. But the best part of the event was (you guessed it) the food! RIF created a Rhode Island-inspired menu featuring a Del's Lemonade cart and doughboys.

Prime Student x Valdosta State

My coworker, David Lowe, and I took Prime Student to Valdosta State University for the day. We tabled at The Happening Information Fair and promoted the membership to different groups on campus with corn hole games.We had about 300+ interactions throughout the day and met students from all different backgrounds excited to try the Prime Student membership.


Whistlepig x Head of the Charles

WhistlePig introduced their new beverage, the WhistlePig Piggyback Barrel Aged Smash, to the regatta fans this weekend. Riddle & Bloom teamed up with WhistlePig to promote their new product and gain insight on new ways to market their beverage. The response was overwhelming, and I interacted with more than 500+ people this weekend. Loved being able to connect with attendees while having the races in the background.


Prime Student x Temple university

As a Prime Student Campus Manager, I promoted Prime Student at Temple University for a year. In my time working with Amazon, I generated 800+ interactions and worked with a team of 40-50 people. Since we had to switch to virtual events, we had to be flexible and get creative with the way we promoted the brand. We created virtual trivia nights, movie nights, and scavenger hunts to engage the Gen-Z demographic. 

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