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  • Writer's pictureJuliana M. Weissbein CFRE

Watch Out Houston, TX: Here I Come!



I'm excited to share some news with all of you – I'm embarking on a new chapter of my life as I move from the vibrant city of Austin to the bustling metropolis of Houston. While the move might come as a surprise to some, I wanted to take a moment to explain my decision and share my thoughts with all of you.


A New Adventure Beckons...


Change is a constant in life, and this change marks a new adventure for me. Just as we adapt to new challenges at work, I've decided to embrace a personal goal by relocating to Houston. While Austin has been an incredible city that I've come to love, I'm eager to explore what Houston has to offer and begin to grow my family (fingers crossed!).


Leaving Austin is not without a hint of nostalgia. The city's unique blend of creativity, music, and outdoor beauty has left an indelible mark on me. The memories of weekends spent exploring Barton Springs, enjoying live music on 6th Street, and taking in the stunning views of the Texas Hill Country will always hold a special place in my heart.


I'm excited to embark on this new adventure with you all.


More to come...


 

Juliana M. Weissbein, CFRE is a respected leader and decision influencer in regard to fundraising operations best practices. With over a decade of experience, Juliana thrives on professional growth, team success, measurable results, and inspiring fundraisers to utilize data-based strategies. Juliana currently serves as the Associate Director of Development Operations at Planned Parenthood Federation of America. She is an AFP Global Board Member, AFP Global's 2019 Outstanding Young Professional Fundraiser and is a member of the AFP Global Women's Impact Initiative. Juliana is immediate past chair of the AFP New York City chapter’s Emerging Leaders Committee and currently serves on the chapter’s board chairing their mentorship program. She resides in Houston, TX and never turns down a good kombucha.

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