School Counseling and Advisement Consultant
Cobb County School District
Julie Hartline is currently the School Counseling and Advisement Consultant for the Cobb County School District in Marietta, Georgia.
She entered the field of education in 1991 after serving as a parole officer in Atlanta, Georgia and discovering that over 85% of her caseload had not completed high school. She served as the chair of the Campbell High School counseling department for 14 years where her department became one of the first high schools in the state of Georgia to receive the Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP) award from the American School Counselor Association in 2008. In her role at Campbell, Julie was named the 2009 ASCA School Counselor of the Year.
Julie earned an Educational Doctorate in Professional Counseling and Supervision in July 2011 with her dissertation, Training School Counselors to Close the Achievement Gap. She served as the Georgia School Counselor Association President for 2014-2015 and has been actively involved in changing legislation, certification requirements and policy impacting school counseling in the state of Georgia. She is currently a Lead RAMP Reviewer for ASCA and a national trainer for Hatching Results.
Julie is passionate about the field of school counseling and the difference comprehensive school counseling programs make in the lives of students. She enjoys training school counselors in her district, state and around the nation on the ASCA National Model and the RAMP application process.
"School Counselors: Closing Achievement Gaps and Writing Results Reports" By Julie Hartline and Debra Cobia in Professional School Counseling, Volume 16, Number 1