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Julie Skinner, President

Julie, President of Durham Beyond The Blue, is a Registered Reiki Master-Teacher, Reflexology Practitioner & Meditation Coach, who understands the importance of overall physical, mental and emotional well-being.

Julie is a mom of two and has been a Police Wife since 2006. She knows the strains that policing can put on young families and understands the need for an organization such as Beyond The Blue to help make families stronger and better equipped to manage the day to day struggles.

Liz Hall, Director of Peer Support

Liz, Director of Peer Support, can empathize with the complexities and impact of policing, knowing that the peril can sometimes be the toll on the officer and their families, and not just on the road.

She has been an officer herself since 2011, is married, and practices a holistic approach to life, mind, body and spirit.

Liz believes that compassion, connection, understanding, inspiration and empowerment are powerful tools to being seen and heard, which is not only important to give to others, but to also give to yourself. She honours and respects that each person has their own unique journey. 


“We’re all just walking each other home” ~ Ram Dass