Julie Vann  
City Council
Title: Vice Mayor
Phone: 937-429-5773
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Term as Vice Mayor
January 1, 2016 - December 31, 2017

Active Term
January 1, 2016 - December 31, 2019

Biography

Election History

Julie Vann has been elected to Beavercreek City Council four times:  

  • 1996-1999  City Council
  • 1999-2003  City Council, serving as Mayor for 1999-2001
  • 2008-2011  City Council, serving as Mayor for 2007-2008
  • 2016-present  City Council

Background

Julie has made it her life vocation to build community based solutions for local community problems.  Julie and her husband Ken moved to Beavercreek in 1985, with two children Jessica and Zachary.  During the 1980’s & 90’s, she was actively engaged in volunteer work at the Beavercreek Schools, St. Andrew United Methodist Church, Beavercreek Women’s League, P.E.O. and Girl Scouts.  She has also provided leadership to the Community Cancer Support Network, Clothes that Work!, and Beavercreek Youth Council.  Julie spearheaded City of Beavercreek 25th Anniversary events to bring notice to the community strengths and history, for residents and the region and is founder of the Beavercreek Forward Foundation.  Current involvement is listed below.

Work Experience

Julie has retired from professional employment as a Community Development administrator and grant writer.  She worked for at least five cities as an employee or consultant preserving neighborhood quality and strategic planning.

Volunteer Work

Julie is currently involved with several boards and commissions:

  • Executive Board Member, Greene Giving
  • Board Member, Mental Health and Recovery Board of Greene, Clark, and Madison Counties
  • Board Member, Dayton Region Brain Health Foundation
  • Vice President, Dayton Friendship Force
  • Program Chair, Beavercreek Women’s League
  • Advisory Board Chairperson, Dayton Walk of Fame

Education

Julie has a Master of Public Administration, 1995, from the University of Dayton.

Bachelor of Science in Human Ecology, 1975, from the University of Maryland focusing on housing and urban planning.


 

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