Julia Sharpe-Levine is a Brooklyn based artist, editor, and educator whose expertise lies at the intersection of multidisciplinary arts and social justice movement building.
Julia Sharpe-Levine (she/they) is a Brooklyn based artist, editor, and educator. Prior to 2023, she spent 8 years leading arts and media programming at the African American Policy Forum (AAPF), a nonprofit organization under the leadership of Dr. Kimberlé Crenshaw that advocates for an intersectional vision of racial justice. While at AAPF, she also served as Executive Producer and lead editor of the hit podcast Intersectionality Matters, recipient of a 2021-2022 Webby Award. Since 2018, she’s taught theater to K-12 students and older adults throughout New York City with organizations like New York City Children’s Theatre, Girls Leadership, and DOROT, and has led workshops on matters pertaining to socially engaged art and intersectionality at institutions such as Yale Drama School and Vassar College. She's currently working on a documentary about Shatzi Weisberger, a queer, Jewish activist who died in December at the age of 92. She holds a masters degree in Applied Theatre from the CUNY School of Professional Studies and bachelors degrees in Drama and Chinese from Vassar College.