As one in all 5 contestants remaining on ‘Survivor: Fringe of Extinction,’ Julie Rosenberg has an opportunity to win the entire thing — however taking residence the title of Sole Survivor gained’t be a simple feat!
Julie Rosenberg is a finalist on Survivor: Fringe of Extinction alongside Rick Devens, Victoria Baamonde, Lauren O’Connell and Gavin Whitson. Nevertheless, through the Might 15 finale, 11 gamers who’ve already been eradicated will compete for one closing probability to get again within the sport, that means one other particular person might be within the combine to presumably win and take residence the $1 million. Julie has had numerous ups and downs all through the present, and has not been afraid to get emotional in entrance of her fellow rivals. Right here’s extra to know in regards to the 46-year-old:
1. She’s a proud mother. Julie is married with two children. Her husband visited her on the island through the family members’ go to this season, and he or she stated elevating her two youngsters is her ‘private declare to fame.’ “[They] impress me daily with their intelligence, power, humor, and resilience,” she stated earlier than the present. “I hope I could make them as happy with me as I’m of them.” She additionally has two Bernse mountain canines.
2. She’s a toymaker. Julie’s occupation in her Survivor bio lists her as a ‘toymaker.’ She sells her creations in her very personal Etsy store, and owns an organization referred to as Henry + Wren, which she operates out of New York Metropolis.
3. She’s charitable. By way of her firm Henry + Wren, Julie offers again by donating ten meals to households in want for each one toy bought. She is partnered with the group referred to as Feeding America to realize this purpose.
4. She was once a trainer. Earlier than beginning her personal enterprise, Julie labored as an elementary college trainer. She has her Grasp’s in Early Childhood Training, and was impressed by what she noticed as a father or mother AND within the classroom to start out handcrafting her personal toys to stimulate artistic play and studying.
5. What are her hobbies? When she’s not working and elevating her household, Julie likes to learn psychological thrillers, take scorching yoga lessons, take part in escape rooms and analysis gluten-free recipes (though she admits she barely ever goes by with cooking them)!