Julie Deborah Brown is the founder of the non-profit organization "Room to Grow" which aids soon-to-be parents living in poverty. The organization is based on the support for the newborn babies.
She is a happily married woman. She married well-known filmmaker and two times Emmy and Grammy Awards winner Ken Burns in 2003 and the couple is blessed with two children Olivia and Willa.
Early Life and Career
Julie Deborah Brown was born in New York in 1966 to the mother Leslie Mundjer and father Richard Brown. She is the stepdaughter of Ellen Brown. She graduated from the University of Michigan and earned Master's degree in social work from New York University.
After receiving master's degree in social work, Julie Deborah Brown founded a non-profit organization Room to Grow.
The organization also provide care for those children who are separated from parents, children who have been abandoned or orphaned and children in distress. It provides Nutrition food, Shelter, and Safety, Emergency assistance and also Focuses on the Future of the children.
Room to Grow
Room to Grow annually has the capacity to provide 600 children and their parents with the support and material goods necessary to build a lasting foundation, enabling children to start school with their middle-income peers and, ultimately giving them a better chance of breaking the cycle of intergenerational poverty.
The mission of the organization is structured coaching, material goods, and community connections to support parents as they activate their natural strengths and expand their knowledge, so children thrive from the start.
There are many supporters of the organization some of them are The Acorn Foundation For the Arts & Sciences, Bank of America, The Beker Foundation, The Boston Foundation, The Hubka-Wolfe Family Trust and others.
The founder of the non-profit organization's husband is one of the popular filmmakers who has estimated the net worth of $1.5 million. Brown's salary and earnings are under review.
Brown is the founder of the non-profit organization. According to Forbes, the head of leading non-profit organization earns as much as $1million to $4million per year. So we can assume that her earning as a founder of the non-profit organization is around $4million.
Julie Deborah Brown is a happily married woman. She got married to one of the popular filmmaker Ken Burns, who has won two Emmy and Grammy awards. Her husband is also best known for the documentary series The Civil War, Baseball, Jazz and many more.
Brown is the second wife of Burns. He married Brown after he divorced his first wife Amy Stechler after 11 years of their marriage in 1993. He had two daughters from his first wife. Later in 2003 October, 18 he married Julie Deborah Brown at their Walpole home.
The pair is blessed with two children Olivia and Willa Burns. Brown is not only the mother Olivia and Willa also she is the mother of two stepchildren Sarah and Lily. As of 2,017 Brown resides happily in Walpole with his husband and four children.