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Julia Brozowski

Julia Brozowski


University of Delaware


Passionate, driven, aspiring young woman who is looking forward to entering the business world and making a difference in the lives of others, whether it be through simple, hospitable actions or her future employment within the Hospitality Industry.

“Look at a day when you are supremely satisfied at the end. It’s not a day when you lounge around doing nothing; it’s when you’ve had everything to do, and you’ve done it.” - Margaret Thatcher

University of Delaware

Bachelor of Science, Hospitality Business Management

Becoming a Blue Hen at the University of Delaware was without a doubt the best decision I've made in my life thus far. I came into this school as a Business-Undeclared major, and soon realized the typical business classes (Economics, Accounting, etc.) weren't passions of mine. Low and behold, I discovered the Hospitality Program at UD. In my Junior Year, I took a class called "Hospitality Entrepreneurship and Venture Creation" with professor Phil Pyle, who truly changed my outlook on the Hospitality Industry and in life as a whole. He taught me that in order to be successful, I must become an entrepreneur of myself. He helped me discover what I want to get out of my life, and that is working with people and making others' lives enjoyable.


Alice's Restaurant

Assistant Manager


Inn At Millrace Pond



Active Minds

Marketing Chair

Mental health and its advocacy is a passion of mine, hence why I joined the club Active Minds at my university. This club promotes mental health awareness on college campuses, and spreads the word that it's okay to not be okay. College tends to be a stressful time for many students, and it can have a devastating effect on the mental health of thousands across campuses.


Villa Capri


Working at Villa marked my first "real job", and forevermore changed my outlook on those who work in the Food Service Industry. Being a waitress here, I learned how to communicate with customers, work in a fast-paced environment, and work as a team. I loved working here during high school, so much so that I continually come back and pick up shifts during college breaks. I cannot thank my boss, Bill Elig, at Villa Capri enough, for helping me develop the strong work ethic that I have today.


Project Sunshine

I am a member of the Project Sunshine Chapter at the University of Delaware, and I have been a member since my first semester here at college. As part of being in this club, I travel to Nemours Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children and the Ronald McDonald House of Delaware, both located in Wilmington, DE. Here, I make crafts, play games, and spend time with the children who are being taken care of or receiving treatment at the aforementioned facilities. Seeing the smiles on the children's faces makes my day, and really puts things into perspective. These children have been dealt an unfair hand in life, yet the fact that they still smile through the worst of it all is truly inspiring to me.

“To live a creative life, we must lose our fear of being wrong.” - Joseph Chilton Pierce

PMA Annual Conference 2017

I accepted an offer from my MIS professor to travel to Monterey, California for the Produce Marketing Association Conference for one week during my Sophomore Spring semester. I travelled along with three other University of Delaware students as well as my professor. This opportunity to network with employers across country, all expenses-paid for by the school, was the opportunity of a lifetime, and I jumped at the chance. In Monterey, several days were dedicated to leading industry speakers, networking lunches and dinners, as well as tours of various produce factories and farms. At the PMA Conference, I learned a great deal about the Produce Industry, and how even Hospitality is present within the Produce Industry.

PMA Annual Conference

Kappa Alpha Theta

I joined the Kappa Alpha Theta Chapter at the University of Delaware in Spring of 2016.

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Kappa Alpha Theta Activities

Canning for UDance


Casa 5K


Lake Mohawk Boardwalk Club Restaurant

Hostess + Server

I applied for this position right before the restaurant's busy season (Summer) started. At the time, I was also working my job at Villa Capri, playing JV Soccer, and maintaining my grades. Adding this commitment to my schedule was daunting, but I honestly love serving people so adding another job didn't phase me. This restaurant is located right on a private boardwalk to the lake and is an outdoor restaurant. With this job, I saw beautiful sunsets and enjoyed the summer outdoors. I loved this job, and it saddened me to leave my position here. The reasoning behind leaving was that my GM who had hired me was told to step down, but she was the backbone of the restaurant. If she wasn't working there, I wasn't either; we were a family.

Working at LMCC