Photo Gallery | April is Alcohol Awareness Month
For 16 years, Clukey has followed her dreams as an athlete and to give back to her community. April is Alcohol Awareness Month and Clukey is ready to share her story and passion for speaking at high schools promoting the importance of setting goals, overcoming adversity and making good decisions.
- How her message to students is different than other guest speakers
- What she thinks is the most important part of growing up
- Insights and suggestions for talking to students about their decisions
- Why she wants to spread her message to young people
- In June, she will host the third year of "Julia Clukey's Camp for Girls" for ages 8-11
Julia Clukey interview credentials
- 2010 Olympian
- Several years of experience in all media interviews (TV, print and radio, including podcasts)
- Has been interviewed for local and national stories
- Four years of experience as spokesperson for the MBWDA
Since 2010, Clukey has reached more than 9,200 high school students. This spring, she has set a goal to reach her 10,000th student. In total, she has traveled more than 2,500 miles and has shared her high school presentation at more than 30 high schools across the state including Gardiner, Sanford, Cony, Winthrop, South Portland, Biddeford, St. Dom's, Waynflete, Maranacook, Caribou, Van Buren and many others.
Clukey's presentations are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
The presentations are part of the Maine Beer & Wine Distributors Association's responsibility initiative and there is no cost to the high school. To schedule a presentation, schools can complete a presentation request form located on Julia Clukey's website at www.clukeyluge.com/responsibility.
Olympian Julia Clukey's website