Julie Clark Boak, Writer & Project Director

Playwright. Screenwriter. Non-profit administrator. Life-long sailor and former USCG-certified captain. And now, a writer and project director for the web.  Julie Clark Boak’s Salmagundi Productions is well-named: a range of substantial work in stimulating flavours assembled on a single plate.

Julie recently wrapped her first website for Wooden Boatworks of Greenport, NY, dedicated to the brilliant work of Donn Costanzo and Bruce Wahl, whose unique talent she sees as not merely the work of their hands but their commitment to sharing the timeless experience of sailing great boats designed by the masters.

Julie Clark Boak has served as consultant for New York’s Brooklyn Botanic Garden, director of special gifts for Visiting Nurse Service of New York, director of development at Third Street Music School Settlement and as assistant director for reunions at Radcliffe College. Over a number of years in not-for-profit organizations, she raised over $3.5 million — exceeding every stated goal.

As screenwriter and playwright, Julie has a dozen one-act plays produced; won entry to the Independent Feature Film Market with her full-length screenplays, Captain Patten and Trespassers Will and has worked with Grapevine Productions and a number of New York’s playwrights and theaters as a reader and script consultant.

Currently she’s a member of the advisory board of Stepping Stones Foundation. She has  served on the board of The Grenville Clark Fund and the advisory board of the Dickey Endowment at Dartmouth College as well as serving as a charter member of The Committee for Agassiz Theatre at Radcliffe College.

Julie holds a BA in Art History from Harvard/Radcliffe College and in Playwriting from Playwrights Horizons Theatre School where she studied with Neal Bell, William Ivey Long and Cassandra Medley.

Julie will continue to interpret the needs of distinguished individuals or organizations into elegant and fully-realized thoughts and strategies. When she is not writing and developing new projects or websites, she enjoys her family and sailing the waters of East Hampton and the world.

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