Julien Rosenbloom is a junior in the School of Arts and Sciences studying Political Science and Economics with a minor in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE) and a certificate in Public Policy Economics. In addition to being a Lloyd C. Gardner Fellow, Julien is a Ralph W. Voorhees Fellow in Public Service and a past recipient of the Rutgers-Eagleton Washington Internship Award. He is passionate about improving how the social and public sectors address the needs of vulnerable and underrepresented communities and hopes to forge innovations in how the public interacts with and benefits from health policy, higher education policy, and labor policy. Julien is currently an intern at New Jersey’s Department of the Treasury working on health policy, and has previously held policy-related internships at the Rutgers Office of Federal Relations and Winning Strategies Washington, as well as a strategy consulting internship at High Lantern Group. On campus, Julien is a committed leader in civic engagement and international affairs. He served as the Legislative Affairs Committee Chair in the Rutgers University Student Assembly, was an Aresty Research Assistant at the Center for Youth Political Participation (CYPP), and is heavily involved with CYPP’s voter engagement and civic education efforts. Additionally, Julien serves as a director at the Institute for Domestic and International Affairs, has completed graduate coursework in political science exploring cybersecurity and artificial intelligence, and has spent time studying and traveling in Mexico and Israel. Outside of Rutgers, Julien is a Senior Partner at JUV Consulting, where he leads the firm’s work in healthcare, public health, data analytics, and social sector projects. Born in Venice, Italy, Julien is passionate about languages, coffee, people, and politics, and hopes to study law, economics, or policy after completing his undergraduate education.
2019 - 2020 Fellows
- Research Topic: White Hostility and the Great Recession