Julie "Jules" Johnson originally hails from Hulett, Wyoming where July 11, 1999 was designated Julie Johnson Day. She holds degrees in Music Performance and Social Work from the University of South Dakota, and Master of Social Work degree from the University of Missouri-Columbia. While at Mizzou she played rugby and performed on vocals and her instruments with the rock band Double Duty.
Jules is active in the music ministry at St. Catherine of Siena Catholic Church in Orange Park where she plays Horn, Trumpet, and sings. She plays Horn and provides vocals as a member of the CCCB, and has performed with other North Florida ensembles including The Jacksonville Symphony Orchestra, The Jacksonville Civic Orchestra, and the North Florida Conservatory of Music Band and Orchestra.
Jules is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in outpatient private practice and within the Clay County School District as a Military Family and Life Counselor. She is the Secretary of the National Association of Social Workers (Florida Chapter) Board of Directors and is active within her regional NASW unit.
While music is her passion, Jules also enjoys her church community, family, video games, art, needlework, gardening, and her two cats, Bella and Waldo.