Prior to joining DEF, Juliana was the chief operating officer of Ad Hoc LLC, a fast-growth, federal prime contracting company that builds custom web portals to deliver government services more efficiently to millions of Americans by using Agile software development and other modern web development methods. Juliana oversaw the scaling of Ad Hoc from a 9-person small business to a 90-employee mid-market prime contractor with a 10x increase in revenues within a 14-month period.
In the academic realm, Juliana has organized a legal clinic program for “hacker” participants of the University of Maryland’s Bitcamp, Georgia Tech’s HackGT, and U. Maryland’s all-female Technica hackathon events. Juliana served for half of a decade as the Attorney Advisor to the executive board and entrepreneurs of the student-governed Startup Shell incubator on the University of Maryland campus, and as a business mentor and lecturer for Mtech Program in the Clark School of Engineering and for Fearless Founders classes at the Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship in the Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland. Juliana is a Penn undergraduate interviewer for the North Atlanta region and a past board member of the Penn Club of DC.
Related News, Publications & Presentations
Corporate & Transactional Attorney Juliana Neelbauer Discusses Copyright Law at Design X Law: Parody. Events. November 2018
Attorney Juliana Neelbauer Speaks at GSU Panel on September 18 . Happenings. September 2018.
Attorney Juliana Neelbauer Advises Students and Leaders of the University of Maryland's Student Run Incubator, Startup Shell . Happenings. July 2018.
Attorney Juliana Neelbauer shares vision for sustainable women-led ventures at EnrichHer Spark 2018 Conference . Happenings. April 2018.
Associate Juliana Neelbauer shares her expertise in software design-for-government at the Product Hunt - Atlanta and Tyrannosaurus Tech . Happenings. February 2018.
DEF Supports Student Startup Incubator at the University of Maryland Campus. Happenings. February 2018.
DEF Corporate Transactions group tours the Georgia Tech Innovation Studio for fabrication demos and invention discussions . Happenings. February 2018.
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