Julie Marie Miller-Hernandez, Mother. Writer. Ally.
Director of Marketing & Public Relations, Shorty's Pit Bull Rescue
Serves as Secretary for Shorty's Charities Inc.
With over 25 years of experience Julie brings a vast knowledge base in several industries and well-rounded business acumen. Early in her career a gift for public relations was discovered; she became a multiple pageant title holder, model and spokesperson as well as a cable television show hostess, Straight Talk with Art Levine, in Long Beach, CA. Julie founded and served as president of what would become a nationally recognized animal rescue. Her foresight when requesting non-profit status created several sub-divisions of her corporation; a program designed to raise Pit Bull puppies as therapy dogs for children with autism (BullNannies); a program to place senior dogs with retired individuals at reduced adoption fees, if any (Rescue Retirement); an online auction site (Bow Wow Bid Now); a retail store (Bones & Scones featuring Beauregard Stubbs' products - a collaboration with her business partner, Karen Halker) that created a profit center to fund the non-profit activities. She co-authored as ghost writer Chapter 7 of "Small Businesses Give Big." She currently resides in a rural town in Northern San Diego with her three children and three dogs, one of which is an American Bulldog named Louie, Deaf Dog Extraordinary (long name for a dog that can't even hear it, right?)
Responsible for the collaboration and inception of Shorty's Charities Inc. with Shorty Rossi in which she serves in the corporate officer position of Secretary. Her "A Dog A Day Campaign" serves to help rescue groups across the nation gain exposure for their adoptable dogs through the use of Shorty's celebrity to bring attention to these smaller groups. Her latest campaign "Fund-A-Pitty" is to assist bully breed groups in need of urgent need of funding for dogs in their care. Her most recent fundraising effort, Spyder the burn victim, was captured by ABC10 News for her client Shadowridge Veterinary Hospital and brought in over $25,000 in a matter of four days.
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