about Julianna DavidowJulianne Davidow is a writer, teacher, and certified coach. She teaches writing at City College, New York, and she coaches for attention issues, creativity, writing, and career.  She attended Sarah Lawrence College (comparative literature and religion), the Monterey Institute of International Studies (education), and City College, New York (Language and Literacy), and she is a Certified Mentor Coach and an Associate Certified Coach with the International Coach Federation.

Writing and Publications

Julianne has an enduring fascination with the Italian Renaissance. She began spending time in Italy in 1990 and has lived in both Rome and Venice. She has worked as teacher, editor, translator, freelance writer, and photographer, both in the U.S. and in Italy. Her first book: Outer Beauty, Inner Joy : Contemplating the Soul of the Renaissance (foreword by renowned author Thomas Moore) was published in 2010 by Bunker Hill Publishing. Her next book is an historical novel that takes place in Renaissance Venice. Julianne’s essays and articles have appeared in various literary journals and online and print magazines.


Julianne speaks on Italian Renaissance art and the ecumenical philosophy that inspired it. She also gives workshops and courses on how we can use these wisdom teachings to find beauty in our daily lives, forge a greater connection to the world around us, and open portals to our inner source of inspiration and creativity.

Professional Organizations

Julianne is a member of the International Coach Federation, Renaissance Society of America, and Pen America.


Whether you are an artist who wants to create something of value, a young adult looking for your first job, a professional in mid-career and desire to make a change, or a mature individual ready to retire from one line of work but still want to pursue other options, coaching can help you get calmer, stay focused, and fulfill your potential.

You’ll learn ways to design and manage a career that fits your talents and passions.

During the Renaissance, and in ancient Greece and other cultures, philosophers believed in a divine, interconnected universe. Each person was said to be a microcosm of this universe, born with a guiding spirit, talent, or source of inspiration—a destiny that we are here to fulfill.

She will help you discover methods to connect with your creative spirit, courage to follow its call, and tools to find the way to make the creative spirit an intrinsic part of day-to-day experience, so that you can bring your gifts to the world. Contact her for a complimentary consultation.

“The only thing you have that nobody else has is you. Your voice, your mind, your story, your vision. So write and draw and build and play and dance and live as only you can.” -Neil Gaiman