Juli Briskman, the woman who flip her finger to president Trump, is a newly elected member of the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors.
It was during the evening of Halloween back in 2017 that the Virginia native was pictured giving a middle finger to the president. The incident that went viral, took place outside Trump’s golf course in Sterling, Virginia.
When speaking about the incident to media, she didn’t hesitate to admit she would do it again. As a result, Juli lost her job.
At the time she explained the reasons she flipped Trump came out of frustration after thinking he was playing golf while DACA recipients were getting kicked out.
According to her LinkedIn, Juli is listed as a Communications, PR, Marketing Consultant.
She is a former marketing specialist at Akima, LLC. Briskman holds a journalism degree from the Ohio State University. From 1994-1998 she obtained her MBA, Marketing from the Johns Hopkins University. In 2017 she obatined a Digital Marketing Certificate from Georgetown University.
While working for Akima, Juli was in charge of the company’s Facebook page. She was previously the Digital Strategist and Advocacy Specialist at ICMA and for four years she was the Editorial and Marketing Manager at Phillips Business Information. She was also a Community Liaison Officer for the U.S Department of State. During that time, she was based in Kazakhstan and Latvia.
In 2018 she was named Chief Marketing Officer at UPIC Health, LLC. She is also the founder of Long May She Wave. In addition she is the Fundraising Manager at BRAWS (Bringing Resources to Aid Women’s Shelters).
When not working as a contractor, Juli Briskman spends her time as a Sunday school teacher. She volunteers at Galilee United Methodist Church and at Horizon Elementary School. Briskman who is the mother of two teenagers also teaches yoga part-time.
However, is not clear if Juli Briskman is a single mother or if she is in a current relationship with the father of her children or another fella.