Roamers: Juliet Starrett
Juliet Starrett is an attorney and entrepreneur. She is co-founder and CEO of MobilityWOD.com, which has revolutionized how athletes think about human movement and athletic performance as well as CEO San Francisco Crossfit, one of the first 50 Crossfit affiliates. Before turning her attention to MobilityWOD and San Francisco CrossFit full-time, Juliet had a successful career as an attorney, practicing complex commercial litigation at Reed Smith for nearly eight years.
Juliet is the co-author of the Wall Street Journal Bestseller, Deskbound and successfully collaborated on and marketed the New York Times Bestsellers, Becoming A Supple Leopard and Ready to Run.
A lifelong athlete, Juliet rowed in high-school, was on the U.C. Berkeley crew team, and went on to paddle for the US Women’s Extreme Whitewater Team from 1997-2000, winning two World Championships and five national titles.
In 2007, Juliet won the prestigious Jefferson Award for public service in connection with her work with GirlVentures, a girls empowerment organization, and as a co-founder of Liquid, a kayaking camp for kids with HIV. She is also the founder of StandUpKids.org, a non-profit dedicated to combating kids’ sedentary lifestyles by bringing standing/moving desks to low-income public schools. To date, StandUpKids has converted 95,000 kids from sitting to standing.
When she is not busy running two businesses and StandUpKids.org, Juliet enjoys hanging out with her husband Kelly and their two daughters, Georgia and Caroline, reading, listening to music, Crossfitting, mountain biking, paddling, skiing, camping, and playing outdoors.