Julianne Power is a PhD student in the Department of Health Behavior at UNC Chapel Hill. Her research focuses on using technology to promote a healthy diet among new mothers. She grew up in New Hampshire, which instilled in her a deep appreciation for all things outdoors. As a child she loved to tell stories, often making home movies with her little brother and performing in school plays. She studied Neuroscience at Skidmore College and then moved to Fairbanks, Alaska, where she received an MS in Health Promotion. Chapel Hill has become her second home and she spends most of her time taking care of two fur babies. When she’s not doing research, you can find her running, climbing, practicing yoga, listening to podcasts, or hiking with her dog.