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Julie DeVaughn

Bio: Julie DeVaughn is a junior at James Madison University (JMU) in Harrisonburg, VA. Julie is majoring in Communication Studies with a concentration in Organizational Communication, and a minor in General Business. An accomplishment for her is earning an achievement for the Dean's List at JMU. Along with her studies, she also participates in many on campus activities such as Greek InterVarsity, To Write Love On Her Arms, Active Minds, and is a member and sister of the Delta Gamma Fraternity. Julie transferred to JMU in the Fall of 2012 after attending Northern Virginia Community College (NOVA) for three years. During her time at NOVA she received an Associates Degree in General Studies and an Associates Degree in Social Science while maintaing a 3.8 GPA. Other activities she was involved with while attending NOVA was church, researching the Deaf culture and teaching herself American Sign Language (ASL), and working five jobs at once. As of now, Julie is a substitute teacher at a private preschool, Chesterbrook Academy which she works at over breaks and anytime she is home. She is very passionate about her job and loves teaching and working with the children. No matter what, she believes a child can always put a smile on your face. When Julie does have free time, which is rare, she likes to spend time with her Delta Gamma sisters, craft, and teach herself more ASL. Another one of Julie's true passions is raising awareness about organizations such as: the American Diabetes Association, Children's Hospital, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, American Foundation of Suicide Prevention, and the National Association of the Deaf. If you would like to contact Julie please feel free to via email at devaugjl@dukes.jmu.edu

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