As communication coordinator, Julie Daniels oversees public relations for the chamber and organizes all chamber communications. She is responsible for marketing efforts, including social media, news releases, graphic design, photography, media appearances, news conferences, economic development marketing and email marketing.
Daniels joined the staff in September 2014 and brings her experience in broadcasting, marketing and design to the chamber team.
Daniels enjoys being active in the community, having appeared on many "Circles of Hope" telethons that benefit the Exchange Club/Carl Perkins Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse. She has also served as voluntary communication coordinator for the March of Dimes event, "A Taste of Jackson and West Tennessee" and served in volunteer communications roles for their "Signature Chefs" dinner and auction.
Daniels holds two degrees, a bachelor of arts degree in communication from Freed-Hardeman University in Henderson, TN and a bachelor’s degree in general studies from Faulkner University in Montgomery, AL. With a love of music, she acquired music scholarships at both schools, performing all over the Southeast. She enjoys performing with her band, Juliet and the Romeos and resides in Jackson with her husband and stepsons.