Julie Malnasi

Project Manager, she/her/they/them

With a highly organized, empathy-driven mindset, Julie is beyond pleased to work with teams to organise, plan, and see projects succeed.

She makes sure the most effective processes are closely followed and unforeseen issues do not mess with the client’s endgame. As project manager, Julie knows how to harness the team’s collective assets and keep things on track with perseverance and adaptability.

Julie earned a Bachelor’s in Psychology from Concordia University, allowing her to explore a profound interest in the way people behave in society. After studying the intricacies of the human mind, she got her hands dirty working for a startup travel business, showcasing her familiarity with overcoming the challenges of foundation-level building. Her experience as project manager at a social impact agency provided Julie unique insight into making projects accessible so any member of the team would be able to contribute if needed. Julie knows that intention and impact are two different creatures. Her emotional intelligence allows her to empathize with others, communicate effectively, and manage emotions in positive ways.

Julie spent nearly two years travelling, stopping in Thailand, discovering Europe, and even exploring the US and Mexico in a Dodge campervan. Staying put for now in Montreal, Julie and her dog Maya like to hike up Mount Royal at least twice a day. With her love for nature, these hikes help clear her mind and get her geared up. She’s also an active environmentalist; Julie is committed to practicing veganism, low-waste habits, and conscious shopping choices. As an introvert, she gets energy from alone time spent reading, cooking, video-gaming, and listening to music. At the same time, she’s quite sociable with her ability to communicate across borders given her fluency in English, French, and Spanish. 

A peek into Julie’s life

Now, when confronted with an obstacle, Julie turns to Joshua J. Marine’s quote, “challenges are what make life interesting and overcoming them is what makes life meaningful.”