Julie Falk has been teaching Business Communication courses for Walsh College since 1992. She teaches on-ground, blended, and online courses. Ms. Falk received both a Bachelor of Science in Radio/TV/Film and Master of Arts in Communications from Eastern Michigan University, and is working towards her doctorate at Wayne State University. Her background includes experience as a professional communicator in media and organizational capacities. In the 1980s she was a morning news anchor, reporter, and assignment editor for ABC television affiliate WDHO-TV in Toledo, Ohio. After working as a communications consultant for Domino's Distribution Corporation in Ann Arbor, Michigan, she began a career in healthcare communications and marketing. As a Communications Specialist for Port Huron Hospital (now McLaren Port Huron) and Blue Water Health System, she spearheaded product development, implemented marketing and public relations strategies, and directed the dissemination of information for media and organizational release. She is the recipient of the Michigan Hospital Public Relation Association’s Apollo Award of Excellence, the top award in Michigan for a healthcare magazine. She earned her Master’s and Bachelor of Science Degrees in Communication and has completed coursework toward a PhD.
She is currently a free-lance consultant for business communication ventures, with a specialization in healthcare.
She also works in media as a voice-over announcer for radio and video. She and her family live in St. Clair County.
Last updated: October, 2014