Julie Rudolph has lived in Palm Beach for twenty-eight years with her husband, Howard, and sons, John Paul, Hunter, and Harrison. She enjoys being actively involved in her community and has been involved in the Junior League for many years. She has been a member and leader of the Palm Beach Day Academy Parent School Council and has served on the Board of Trustees of the South Florida Science Museum for seven years. She has also co-chaired the 2006 and 2007 Galas benefiting the South Florida Science Museum. Julie and her husband, Howard, sit on the board at the College of Charleston in South Carolina as Chairmen for the Parents Advisory Council. Julie was the Grande Chairman for the Annual Giving Campaign at The Benjamin School for 2014 – 2016.
Julie is involved with the American Heart Association and holds leadership positions. She was honored to be the Chairman of the 2014 Palm Beach Heart Ball at the Breakers. Additionally, Julie was a 2015 Palm Beach Heart Ball Co-Chairman in honor of the 60th Annual Palm Beach Heart Ball, also held at The Breakers. Julie is one of the founding members of the Go Red for Women campaign in Palm Beach. She is a Charter Member from 2004 to present. Julie Rudolph won the Girl Scouts of America 2017 Lifetime Achievement award for Philanthropy. Julie was a nominee for the 2019 Woman Volunteer of the Year Awards by the Junior League of Boca Raton. Julie is currently the 80th President of the Junior League of the Palm Beaches for the 2020 – 2021 League year.
Julie Rudolph has served in leadership roles for the Children’s Home Society, Adopt a Family of the Palm Beaches, St. Edward’s Guild, March of Dimes, Friends of Abused Children, South Florida Science Museum, The Norton Museum of Art, Guardian Ad-Litem Program, Palm Beach Opera, The American Cancer Society – Young Friends Committee, Juvenile Diabetes Foundation. Julie has also been actively involved with the Town of Palm Beach’s Police Department and the Town of Palm Beach’s Fire Department.
Julie is a long-time resident of South Florida. Prior to moving to Palm Beach, she attended Cardinal Gibbons High School in Fort Lauderdale. She then attended the University of Miami. While at the University of Miami, she became the first runner up in the Miss Florida USA Pageant. She worked as an on-air personality in both television and radio while living in Miami.
Julie spends her time volunteering, needlepointing, and reading with her loving husband, three sons and her sweetheart yellow lab, Prissy.