About Me

Member: American Society of Journalists and Authors

Julie Weingarden Dubin

Julie Weingarden Dubin
Journalist | Content Creator
I write informative, clever, quirky, humorous and genuine content to stimulate consumer engagement. My freelance content marketing credits include: MXM Marketing (Johnson & Johnson, MetLife, HAP, Bed Bath & Beyond), Meredith Custom Publishing (Huggies brand), Crain Content Studio (Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation, CPAN, The Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Foundation, Gerry Weinberg & Associates, Inc.), Campbell Ewald (Cadillac Magazine), Learning Care Corp., Shinola, American Airlines Publishing (Medical City, The Dwyer Group and Kitchen Solvers) and Children’s Hospital of Michigan (feature writer for the physician publication, Pediatric Experts & Innovations).

2016 National Women’s Political Caucus (NWPC) Exceptional Merit in Media Award (EMMA) Winner

New York Press Club 2015 Award Winner for Journalism

American Society of Journalists and Authors 2012 Award Winner

A journalist for national print and digital publications, I cover business, health, medicine, psychology, pop culture, family, relationships, science, technology and wellness. I’ve interviewed top doctors throughout the country for national magazine articles and digital publications. I specialize in “real life” and dramatic narrative stories. My credits include: Marie Claire, Hour Detroit, Newsweek, SELF, Redbook, Better Homes and Gardens, Good Housekeeping, Cosmopolitan, Ladies’ Home Journal, Woman’s Day, Parents, Parenting, American Baby, Fit Pregnancy, Prevention, Arthritis Today, Shape, Seventeen, Reader’s Digest, Adweek and Mediaweek. Digital credits include: time.com, grandparents.com, TODAY.com, msnbc.com, iVillage.com, match.com, SheKnows.com and forbes.com.
A former staffer for national magazines in New York, Chicago and Atlanta, I know what it takes to create gripping content. I served as the associate editor of Adweek Southeast and as a stringer for Newsweek. I’ve blogged for the parenting section of TODAY.com and wrote the “My Three Kids” blog for Womansday.com. I’m a member of the American Society of Journalists and Authors and I received a journalism degree from the University of Wisconsin—Madison.

About Me
I’ve built my career on finding the bigger, deeper story at the right time. As a trained journalist, I do my research and fact check. Find real people sources to bare their soul? No problem. I ask the tough questions while helping subjects feel at ease.

What I’ve learned
Every business has stories to tell. But sometimes you need guidance uncovering your news. That’s where I come in.

How I help
There’s always a deeper story. In both journalism and content marketing, you need a talented and experienced reporter, writer and editor who relies on research and knows how to uncover what’s newsworthy and meaningful to your audience—me! Sure, you want your ROI, SEO and analytics to speak volumes, but first you need to give your audience reasons to click, scroll, read and care: Compelling stories.

“Julie is a consummate and creative freelance professional. She was adept at interpreting complex, specialized medical information, while always finding the compelling, human core of every story.”—Katherine (Kay) Foran, Former Editor, Pediatric Experts & Innovations

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