Julia Hubbel is a prize-winning journalist, professional speaker, international adventure traveler. She is the author of the multiple prize-winning books WordFood: How We Feed or Starve our Relationships and Tackling the Titans: How to Sell to the Fortune 500.
Her travels take her on extraordinary solo adventures all over the globe. From horseback riding in Central Asia to kayaking the freezing fjords of Iceland, Julia pushes the outer boundaries of her athletic skill and endurance. She seeks stories and journeys that erase her impossible. Her travel blog can be found at www.TheGallopingGaia.com.
Today, Julia is committed to helping women achieve their best health after forty. She provides consulting, articles and advice for those seeking the best out of their most productive years.
She permanently beat a 90-lb weight battle, quit a five-pack-a-day smoking habit, and dethroned a multi-decade eating disorder.
She has spent three decades working with the Fortune 500 as a executive and consultant, working with women’s networks, women- and veteran-owned business.
A dynamic and popular speaker, she has been featured at women’s conferences all across America, Australia and Canada.
In 2012, Diversity Plus Magazine named her of the Top Twenty five Most Powerful Women in Diversity.
Julia is a disabled, decorated Vietnam Era veteran who served as a journalist and television producer-director in the Army, and Chief of Military Protocol for the Jimmy Carter Presidential Inaugural in 1977.