Juliana was born in Bogota, Colombia and moved to Park City at age eleven. She attended Treasure Mountain Middle School and the Winter Sports School in Park City. Shortly after graduating from high school, she got involved in her dad’s local transportation company and found her passion for entrepreneurship. She saw entrepreneurship as a pathway to reach a level of leadership that wouldn’t otherwise be attainable to many. This passion led her to run her own printing business in college which helped fund the construction of her first home, a tiny house on wheels. For four years, Juliana served as a mentor to hundreds of entrepreneurs and solidified this opportunity when she landed a director role at PandoLabs and a manager role at Park City Angels. Juliana has been involved as a board member at Sustainable Startups and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Utah. Since 2018, she has been participating in the Social Investors Forum Committee at the Community Foundation of Utah, the Social Venture Academy Judging Panel at BYU, and the Solomon Fund Grants Committee at the Park City Community Foundation. Juliana will be fostering relationships with part-time and full-time residents who are eager to increase their local engagement and social impact by contributing ideas and financial resources to the Park City Community Foundation. In her time off you’ll find Juliana at local concerts, at the skatepark, mountain biking, skiing, watching stand up comedy, or going on hikes/camping with her other half and the doggies.