C. J. Juleff, M.A.
C.J. Juleff enjoys careers in teaching, corporate consulting, organizational development and finance, and each of these careers has helped her develop important life skills which, as a Learning for Living® teacher, she shares with college students. C.J. earned a master’s degree in Nonprofit Organization and Leadership from Regis University in Denver and a bachelor’s degree in Politics and Government from Ripon College in Wisconsin. As Vice President of Programs at the world’s only bank for young people, the Young Americans Center for Financial Education in Denver, she designs and facilitates educational programs in world trade for 10th graders, community economics for 5th graders, financial management for young people, and much more.
C.J. exemplifies the capacity to empower college students by teaching them the crucial life skills they need for success in their personal and professional lives: leadership, team building, decision making, communication skills, goal setting and goal achievement, career planning, credit card and personal budgeting and money management, etc. Her popularity and effectiveness with college students stems from a powerful combination of expertise in the subject matter, mastery of experiential teaching techniques, humor, and a practical approach that allows students to “literally go home that night and begin their momentum forward.”
C.J.’s many successes include an ongoing corporate and nonprofit consulting practice, seminar development for the Institute of American Banking, and consultation with such national and international organizations as AT&T, Wells Fargo Bank, Red Rocks Community College and Red Rocks Institute, Smith International, the EPA, Central Colorado Library System, CANPO, and the Institute for International Research.
C.J.gives trainings at Learning for Living® in
Excellence in Leadership,
Achieve Your Goals,
Managing Conflict and
Personal Money Management.
Students who have taken one of CJ's Trainings tell us:
“Amazing! Tony Robbins would endorse this seminar."
“Competent instructor and worthwhile subject matter. This was my first leadership training experience and I am very grateful for the preparation."
“CJ was friendly and a good leader. It's great for a group just coming together like us."