Juliet Hahn grew up in Moorestown, New Jersey, a quaint town just outside of Philadelphia. She had a fulfilling childhood and her parents, Marc and Barbara, showered their five children with love, support, and humor. Juliet enjoyed being active which led to her year-round involvement in sports. Despite her dyslexia, she brought her love of athletics to Rowan University where she starred as a two-sport athlete. After graduation, she moved to New York City and began a career in advertising. Juliet embraced New York City’s culture, diversity, and energy and made it her home for fourteen years. It also happens to be where she met her future husband, Dan. Currently, they reside in New York with their three children: Montgomery (17), Truman (15), and Penelope (13) and two Boxers.
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Juliet Hahn is the Chief Communications Officer (CCO) at FetTech. They develop products that revolutionize medicine and enhance healing. FetTech MTP® products are currently used in hospitals throughout the US, and are frequently found in Burn Centers, Trauma Centers, Wound Centers, and Operating Rooms.
Juliet is also a podcast host, keynote speaker and content creator. Her mission in life is to give people a stage to share their stories. She believes deeply that everyone has a story and we all can learn from each other. We just need to listen.
Your Next Stop Podcast and YNS Live highlights people who have followed a purpose/passion and made it into a career. These shows are inspiring and will get you thinking! YNS live with NFL Thread a series within YNS Live dives deep to understand who NFL women are and what motivates them. YNS Live chips away at the perception of NFL women and showcases their talents, initiatives and missions. PIVOT dives into the players & spouses as they share transition out of the league.
Juliet has recently expanded and developed another podcast series called Word Blindness: Dyslexia Exposed, with co-host, Brent Sopel, former NHL Stanley Cup Winner and Founder of Brent Sopel Foundation.
Through these conversations, Juliet guides people to explore their past in order to connect the dots to their own story. Everyone has a story and it is through sharing, active listening (and sometimes laughing) that people connect and learn from one another.