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Julia Allison

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Julia Allison
File:Julia Allison .png Julia Allison .png
Born1981 / 02 / 28
🏳️ NationalityAmerican
🏫 EducationGeorgetown University
💼 Occupation
Entrepreneur, Journalist, TV Commentator
🌐 Websitejuliaallison.com

Julia Allison (born Julia Allison Baugher on February 28, 1981) is a former journalist, television commentator, and public speaker.

She has appeared as a guest commentator on a number of US television networks and co-starred on one season of the Bravo reality show Miss Advised in 2012. She worked as a columnist for amNewYork, as an editor-at-large for Star magazine and with Time Out New York as a columnist. She became a nationally syndicated technology columnist with Tribune Media Services and had a column on love in ELLE. She has also appeared in newspapers and magazines including The New York Times, The Guardian and Cosmopolitan.

Personal life[edit]

Allison is originally from Wilmette, a northern suburb of Chicago. She is the daughter of Robin and Peter Baugher,[1] president of the Chicago International Dispute Resolution Association.[2]


Allison graduated in 1999 from New Trier High School.[3] She transferred to Georgetown University in 2001, where she received a bachelor's degree in Government in 2004.[4]


Allison worked as a legislative correspondent for Illinois Republican congressman Mark Kirk in the 107th Congress, later, during the 2004 election, contributing political commentary for Comcast TV.[5]

She worked as a columnist for amNewYork, and for one year she worked as an editor-at-large for Star magazine, where she did not do any editing per se,[citation needed] but instead appeared on TV as a representative of the magazine. In 2007, she joined Time Out New York as a columnist, a position held until the summer of 2009. She also had a monthly column in COED magazine. She became a nationally syndicated technology columnist with Tribune Media Services[6] and had a column on love in ELLE.[7]

Her writing has appeared in newspapers and magazines including The New York Times,[8] New York Magazine, The Guardian,[6] Cosmopolitan, Maxim, New York, Teen Vogue, Men's Health, Seventeen, and Capitol File. She also did party coverage for the Huffington Post.[5][9][10]

She co-starred on one season of the Bravo reality show Miss Advised in 2012, and she has made occasional appearances on Fox Business's Happy Hour and Fox News' Red Eye show; and regular appearances as a commentator on Fox News segments, CNN's Reliable Sources, Headline News' Showbiz Tonight, and Glenn Beck news-commentary show.[11][12] Other appearances include E!, MSNBC's Scarborough Country; Montel Williams, NY Residential, The Wendy Williams Show, and MTV's It's On with Alexa Chung.[13][14][15][16] Local media appearances include New York City's Fox 5 and Sirius radio. She co-hosted NBC New York Nonstop's TMI Weekly, which is jointly owned by Next New Networks.[10][17][18]

She appeared on the July 2008 cover of Wired magazine's in August 2008,[19] and the February 2008 cover of Time Out New York. In June 2018, Allison was interviewed for the New York Post[20] about moving to NYC and taking on the persona of Carrie Bradshaw from the HBO series Sex and the City.

Allison's public speaking appearances deal with new media and marketing, and engagements include Digital Life Design (DLD) conferences in Munich, Germany; at MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts; and at Wharton business school on female entrepreneurs.[4][21][22][23] In addition, she has worked with various brands, including as a spokesperson for Sony until early 2010.[24]


  1. Kapos, Shia (16 May 2013). "Peter Baugher puts home, hospitality on display". Crain's Chicago Business.
  2. Hendershot, Steve (17 February 2007). "A world of trouble". Crain's Chicago Business.
  3. "Sheridan Road Magazine".
  4. 4.0 4.1 "Speakers '09: Julia Allison". DLD – Digital, Life, Design Conference. January 15, 2009. Archived from the original on August 14, 2009. Retrieved August 21, 2009. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  5. 5.0 5.1 "Meet our new dating scribe". Time Out New York (606). May 10–16, 2007. Retrieved June 17, 2008.
  6. 6.0 6.1 Allison, Julia. "Fashion week: tales from the frontline". the Guardian.
  7. "Guinea Pig of Love: The Love Coach Experiment". Elle.
  8. https://www.nytimes.com/2014/09/25/fashion/Burning-Man-Creates-a-New-Breed-of-Festivals.html?_r=0
  9. Allison, Julia (April 23, 2007). "WHCD 2007: Stars, slippers & Sanjaya". Huffington Post. Retrieved January 14, 2008.
  10. 10.0 10.1 Freidson, Michael (Jun 25 – Jul 1, 2009). "The Hot Seat – Interview". Time Out New York (717). ISSN 1084-550X. Retrieved August 21, 2009.
  11. Glenn Beck. January 3, 2008. Headline News.
  12. Howard Kurtz. Guests: Emily Rooney, Gail Shister, David Frum, David Zurawik, Gloria Borger, Keli Goff, Julia Allison et al. (April 13, 2008). Reliable Sources. CNN.
  13. Joe Scarborough, Pat Buchanan, Pete Williams. Guests: Joe Klein, Melinda Henneberger, John Nichols, Julia Allison et al. (February 26, 2007). Scarborough Country. MSNBC.
  14. Anchors: Montel Williams (September 14, 2007). "Shocking Allegations Making News". The Montel Williams Show.
  15. Abelson, Max (June 16, 2008). "Julia Allison On New Real Estate Show". New York Observer. Archived from the original on 24 June 2008. Retrieved 22 August 2009. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  16. Host: Alexa Chung (July 23, 2009). It's On with Alexa Chung. MTV.
  17. "People On The Move". Advertising Age. April 13, 2009. (via LexisNexis).
  18. "Next New Networks Programming Scores Big in 2009 Webby's". Source: Next New Networks. Marketwire. May 7, 2009. (via LexisNexis).
  19. "Extras; Contributors". Wired. Condé Nast Publications. 16 (8): 16. August 2008. ISSN 1059-1028.
  20. Lewak, Doree (2018-06-02). "Dating columnist reveals how 'Sex and the City' ruined her life". New York Post. Retrieved 2019-06-23.
  21. Carr, Paul (January 28, 2009). "If you can't say anything nice ...". Guardian Unlimited. Guardian Newspapers. (via LexisNexis).
  22. "Speaker Series | MIT Innovation Club". MIT Sloan School of Management. Archived from the original on August 13, 2009. Retrieved August 21, 2009. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  23. "11th Annual Wharton Women in Business Conference | Panelists". Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Retrieved August 21, 2009.
  24. Staff writer (August 21, 2009). "Justin Timberlake and Peyton Manning offer TV advice in Sony push". Brand Republic. Haymarket Publishing: 1. (via LexisNexis). Retrieved August 21, 2009.

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