Julia Henry joins the Florida Network as the Data Entry Clerk. Julia’s impressive work ethic, diligence, and organization skills will be crucial strengths as she joins the Florida Network team. Her primary role will be to streamline the data entry processes for all Florida Network-funded programs within Florida Department of Juvenile Justice’s database (“JJIS”), so that agencies may have a reduction of extra workload. Please join us in welcoming Julia!
Julia Henry grew up in a beach town on the east coast of Florida. Julia got her B.S. in Psychology at Florida State University, where she found her passion for helping others and mental health. Julia’s dream is to make sure all caretakers have a team behind them, to helps them support others. In her free time, Julia loves to travel, spend time with family, and is an avid reader.
As a Certified Meeting Professional, Celia strives to promote creativity and care in all facets of Florida Network events in hopes of providing memorable and meaningful experiences for the member agencies.
Within her role, Celia also strives to keep the Florida Network office plates spinning and manage the many projects and priorities that keep the Network working. She believes her true calling is to help those who help others.
Prior to joining the Florida Network, He traveled the southern United States in support of federal grants under the Runaway and Homeless Youth Act for the Southeastern Network of Youth and Family Services.
In 2008 he was recognized by Training Magazine as one of the country’s “40 Best Trainers Under 40” for his ability to connect and engage with audiences.
While at the Florida Network, John became a Georgetown Fellow, working with the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice to reform system policy for all youth in care regardless of Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, or Gender Expression.
In his current role, John aspires to care for the caregivers, and elevate the professional recognition of Youth Workers in Florida.