Julia A. Seymour

Julia A. Seymour

Director of Communications

Julia A. Seymour has a passion for communications and storytelling and is excited to lead those growing efforts at Mountain States. She enjoys all aspects of the work from writing and editing, to strategy and planning. Julia is also an avid photographer. 

Originally from upstate New York, Julia studied journalism and pursued a communications career in Washington, D.C., working most recently as an Assistant Managing Editor and a freelance news reporter. Looking for a change and captivated by the beauty of the West she moved to Denver in 2019.  

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