Julia Brannan-Rauch

MoJJo Collaborative Comunications

Growing up with four siblings, the importance of “share of voice” was a concept Julia grasped at an early age. She honed her sense of news and story-telling skills in journalism, then moved into communications, where she has had the privilege to work with many internationally-recognized products, and community-based causes, developing personalized strategies that start dialogs and build brands. 

Her work has won PR industry awards and client accolades. She’s been privileged to support the work of medical associations, community-based organizations and not-for-profits including American Neurological Association, American Transplant Congress, Innovations in Dermatology, Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York, JASA, National Association of Productivity and Organizing and Road Scholar. She fed her love of food with clients like Heinz Ketchup, Perdue poultry, Lipton Sides, Ocean Spray Cranberries and Idaho Potatoes. She’s nipped a sip of The Fine Wines of Argentina, Cockburn’s Port and Harvey’s sherries.  Her work has organized and improved kitchens and closets across America with Rubbermaid and Reynold’s Wrap Aluminum Foil. She’s inspired audiences to better health on behalf of Weight Watchers International, Zantac 75, Lactaid, Slim-Fast, Invisalign and Oxford Health Plans.

Outside of work hours, Julia enjoys cooking and gardening and helps run an English as a Second Language program. She, her husband, and a rather vocal cat Cupcake, reside just outside of New York City, in New Providence, NJ.


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