JULIA BECKER COLLINS
CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER

If Vision Advertising were a wheel, Julia Becker Collins would be the hub on which everything turns. As the Chief Operating Officer, Julia leads all aspects of the company, from developing and management of the marketing plans of clients to managing the day-to-day operations of all of Vision’s staff. Under her leadership, our agency continues to grow, expanding our services, clients, and staff.

When Julia joined Vision in 2016 as the Vice President of Marketing & Operations, she already had years of experience in marketing, event planning, and fundraising in the corporate and nonprofit world. These 12 years of experience includes Director of Marketing at Boston Color Graphics, a full-service marketing firm that specializes in fundraising marketing solutions for nonprofits across the US.

Julia is also the Founding President (emeritus) & Co-Founder of the MetroWest Women’s Network, a group of ambitious local women that work together to meet their goals. 3,000 members and counting, the Network is comprised of an active online community and monthly offline events that support local women-owned businesses and offers networking opportunities for women at all stages of their careers.

Julia holds an MPA from Framingham State University and a BA from the University of Massachusetts Amherst. She was awarded the Distinguished Alum Award by the University of Massachusetts Amherst’s Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Department in May 2016. In 2019, she won the 40 Under 40 Award from the Worcester Business Journal.

Julia brings her years of marketing, entrepreneurship, and passion for empowerment and education to her clients and community. An avid obstacle racer and ultramarathoner, public speaker, and volunteer, Julia is always pushing past her limits and overcoming obstacles.

Learn more about her awards and accolades:

40 Under Forty Class of 2019

Interview with the Worcester Business Journal

Appearance on Bob Cargill’s Marketing Show

Interview with Boston Voyager

Article in the Framingham Source