Dr. Julie Kellershohn is an Assistant Professor at the Ted Rogers School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at Ryerson, University in Toronto, Ontario. Her research interests are focused on the Food and Beverage Industries, including how and why consumers make their food and beverage purchase decisions in restaurants, pubs, and stores; and how marketing and technology can be used to influence those consumer decisions. She is interested in Away From Home food and beverage consumption, (Quick Service, Casual, and Full-Service Restaurants), and the Alcoholic Beverage Industry.
Julie earned an Honours BSc in Biochemistry from Queen’s University (Canada), an MBA from Harvard University (US) and a PhD in Marketing Research from Harper Adams University (UK).
Prior to joining academia, Julie worked in the private sector in the food and beverage industry, working with a variety of companies including McDonald’s Canada, Coca-Cola, McCain Foods, Danone, PepsiCo, Frito-Lay, and Kraft. Currently, and before joining Ryerson, Julie has spent time consulting in the food and beverage industry and provided research expertise in marketing research, product development research, food and beverage pricing research and consumer behaviour research.