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Julie Moran

  • Name:
    Moran, Julie
  • Location:
    GA
  • Topics:
    Celebrity, Change, Entertainment, Family, Inspiration, Leadership, Life Balance, Masters of Ceremonies, Media and Journalism, Motivation
  • Fee Ranges:
    Please Request

Co-Host of Lifetime’s Morning Show, The Balancing Act, Emcee, Media Host
Julie Moran joined The Balancing Act as a Celebrity Guest Host for the Mother’s Day Special in 2012 and from there launched her role as a full-time host for the show in early 2013.

From the Red Carpet at the Academy Awards® to the Grammy’s to the world of Sports, Julie is no stranger to the entertainment world. Meeting and interviewing people from all walks of life, she brings her easy-going Southern style to the set every day.

Born in Thomasville, GA, some of her career highlights include:

• Graduated with a Journalism degree from the University of Georgia
• Won the title of America’s Junior Miss
• First female anchor to join ABC’s Wide World of Sports
Entertainment Tonight’s primary substitute anchor, weekend anchor, and senior correspondent Host for 7 years
• Creator, Producer and Host of The Insiders List with Julie Moran on fine Living Network

“I’m a firm believer that women can have it all… just not all at the same time! That’s why I love hosting The Balancing Act, to give women the latest information on the best ways to balance their own lives and for their families — in their careers, and at home.”

Julie will also continue to anchor our sister reality series Mission Makeoverfor her third season, leading six women on their 13-week journey towards a healthier lifestyle.

Julie, her husband actor Rob Moran, and their two daughters live in Atlanta.

SPEECH TITLE AND DESCRIPTION

Can Women Have It All?
Julie Moran, the first female anchor of ABC’s Wide World of Sports and former Entertainment Tonight host tackles this subject with humor, very personal stories, celebrity insight, and revelations from her 2 decade long career in sports and entertainment. This mother of two girls and wife of 30 years found a way to balance it all and concluded…….YES, Women can have it all, just maybe not all at the same time!!!

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