Julie Berry is a published researcher and science-trained journalist with a passion for connecting people with science. She develops and implements communication strategies to increase outreach of PRO-DAIRY and Cornell Agricultural Workforce Development’s research, education, and programs. She edits "The Manager" insert published in Progressive Dairy magazine, promotes educational programs through print, online and social media, publishes an e-newsletter, oversaw brand materials development, and writes and publishes annual reports for the two programs. Julie also partners with CALS Marketing Office of Marketing & Communications, including writing content for the Cornell Initiative for Digital Agriculture website.
Prior to joining PRO-DAIRY in 2011, she led the New York Animal Agriculture Coalition, was a dairy educator for Cornell Cooperative Extension, worked as a daily news journalist, and as marketing director of a zoo. She has also worked as a national park ranger and is a certified yoga teacher. Julie has a BS with honors in animal science from Cornell University and a MA in science writing from Johns Hopkins University.
Harris, D.H., J.R. Berry, and D.E. Bauman 1995. Temporal pattern of metabolic adaptations of porcine adipose tissue cultured with porcine somatotropin (pst). 77th Annual Meeting of the Endocrine Society, Washington, D.C. (Abs). 349.
Kelly, M.L., J.R. Berry, D.A. Dwyer, D.E. Bauman, M.E. Van Amburgh and J.M. Griinari. 1997. Effect of dietary fatty acid sources on conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) levels in milk from lactating dairy cows. ADSA Annual Meeting. (Abs). J. Dairy Sci. 80 ( Sup. 1.) 243.