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Julie Potter


San Francisco, California
Pacific Time Zone (UTC−08:00)

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I am a cultural producer, public practice specialist, coach and writer based in Europe, with more than 15 years of experience in the arts, culture and higher education fields.

As a coach, I partner with clients working across culture, social change, education and public life to facilitate generative inquiry, transformative processes and meaningful results. I bring a lens influenced by engagement with artist communities, cultural organizers and creative strategies to my approach, and draw upon my background in performance and pedagogy to facilitate a coaching experience which integrates client vision with emotional, embodied and relational awareness.

By balancing supportive resourcing and challenging provocations, I hold space for clients to create outcomes consistent with true values and connection to what’s happening inside and environmentally. I am passionately curious and will meet you where you are with care and focus.

I am accredited by the International Coach Federation as an Associate Certified Coach and was trained as part of the NAS Leadership Coaching Program in partnership with the Goldvarg Consulting Group. In addition to cultivating learning environments and leadership development, clients work with me to build regenerative and creative practices.

I currently work at Central European University, which is part of the Open Society University Network. Previously, as the Director of ODC Theater in San Francisco, I provided executive and artistic leadership for season programming, public engagement and artist residencies. At the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, I designed and led innovative programs at the intersections of art and wellness, creative practice and social change.

I earned my MA from Wesleyan University and my teaching includes Stanford University’s Arts In Context course.