Juliet has more than 15 years of experience spearheading strategic planning and integrated communications programs for an international roster of clients across the visual arts, architecture, and design. She directs media relations and communication programs for a broad range of museums, foundations, galleries, and nonprofits, focusing in particular on modern and contemporary art initiatives, new building and expansion programs, executive leadership transitions, as well as crisis management. Past and recent clients include The Frick Collection, Park Avenue Armory, Frieze Art Fairs, Helen Frankenthaler Foundation, Madison Square Park Conservancy, and Merce Cunningham Dance Foundation, among many others. As Executive Vice President, Juliet is a key member of the executive leadership team overseeing company culture, policies, staffing, and growth.
Prior to joining Resnicow and Associates in 2004, Juliet was an editor at Tema Celeste, a bilingual contemporary art magazine based in Milan, and worked at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in its Education Department, where she managed the production of department publications, developed and edited content for exhibition guides, and facilitated project implementation.
Juliet serves on the board of the Association of Art Museum Curators and previously was on the marketing committee at the Children’s Museum of the Arts. She completed her master's degree in Italian language and culture with Middlebury College in Florence and graduated from Yale University with a bachelor of arts degree in humanities and art history.