Juliet Gelfman-Randazzo is a writer and audio producer in the Bay Area.

She works as Associate Director of Communications and Digital Media for City Arts & Lectures, where she writes a weekly(ish) newsletter, recently produced an audio miniseries for podcast & radio broadcast, produces events (such as Femail: The Art of Sustainable Fashion and a conversation with Cheryl Dunye), maintains a growing audio archive, develops social media presences (posts, likes, comments, subscribes, catches up on twitter beef), and handles a variety of communicative functions (responds to emails and sends links to all sorts of things). In the past she has contributed to fields magazine, and produced and edited public radio broadcasts and podcast episodes for the San Francisco-based radio producers, The Kitchen Sisters.

Juliet holds a BA from Wesleyan University, where she graduated with Honors in English and a Film Minor. Her background is in creative writing, film, literature, radio production, and studio art.

Other things About Juliet: She is pretty good at haircuts, softball, ballet, french, knitting, board games, jigsaw and crossword puzzles, baking, starting fires.

She is pretty bad at singing, basically all video games except maybe mario kart though she’s not like, great at that either, whistling, ken kens, pull-ups, basketball, and geography.

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