Interested in the intersection of technology, marketing, creativity, international cultures, and millennials (a busy intersection), Julia loves to meet people in unusual settings to discuss these types of things. Settings include: improv class, food trucks, airplanes, West African dance studios, in line at DIY jewelry stores and subway platforms. She enjoys writing about these topics, too. (Doesn’t love the idea of writing about herself in the third person, but this seems to be the trend these days.)

Currently based in San Francisco, where she bikes, tells dad jokes, and eats ramen, Julia works in public relations at social media technology company Sprinklr. She has lived in Austin, Texas, South Korea, Wisconsin, Prague, New York City, Texas, Israel, visited more than 20 countries, and is always on the verge of a new adventure.

Follow her tweets, connect on LinkedIn, and peruse the blog to learn more about her writing style, accomplishments, and experiences.

Julia Bass

Finding that intersection.

One comment

  1. Hi Julia – I’m glad you’re enjoying Korea! As a Korean, I am intrigued by how and what non-Koreans think about our culture, country, our peculiarities etc..I enjoy your posts and I was wondering whether there is a possibility of contributing as a guest blogger? Perhaps you might like to “explore” our website http://www.seoultouchup.com
    Our blog posts are centred on Korean cosmetic surgery and medical travel.
    Thanks for your time!

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