Julie Wilson Gordon is a mother, wife, writer, health enthusiast, inventor, and successful entrepreneur. She was born and raised in the small town of Parkersburg, WV., then later moved to Greensboro, NC., where she began a long career in advertising and marketing and eventually became Regional Marketing Director for one of the most recognized brands in the world, Harley-Davidson® Motor Company.
Julie’s passion for health came after enduring severe gastrointestinal disorders and stress that resulted from being a single mother and working nonstop. After several years of relying on doctors and prescription meds, she decided to do some research on natural ways to heal the body. After just 6 months of implementing severe changes to her diet and lifestyle, she felt like an entirely new person.
This bred within her a deep passion to share her knowledge with the world, and continue to research the miraculous powers that lie within plant foods and herbs.
She formed an herbal supplement company called Raw-Nation®. Her company’s debut product, Hot Rawks™, was the first and only raw, certified organic libido enhancement supplement on the market.
Julie’s commitment to quality organic products combined with an edgy, mainstream marketing campaign helped her achieve national publicity and led to exposure on Sirius Radio, Fox TV, ESPN, and more.
In 2013, Julie decided to sell her company so she could enjoy the fruits of her labor and focus on raising her son. She relocated to Los Angeles in 2015, and soon met several people who had miraculously transformed their health using non-psychoactive hemp extract. Julie’s creative entrepreneurial spirit was ignited once again, and her next supplement company, Be Trū Wellness™, was born.
Julie’s goal with this blog is to share her experiences over the years, to help empower and inspire others who want to pursue their dreams but might not know where to start.
Julie currently resides in Los Angeles with her husband, Keith, and a sweet pitbull terrier named Jada. She is currently working on her first book.