Julie coordinates the production of manufacturing thought leadership with a focus on industrial products and services, including the Advanced Manufacturing Quarterly series. She has represented the organization at client workshops, and contributed her insights and research to many presentations by EY global sector leaders.
Julie has over two decades of experience in business analysis and research, including more than 10 years in the manufacturing sector in the US and Mexico. She has also written and spoken at conferences about issues in the financial services industry. Julie’s business analysis career began in consumer products. She draws on her diverse experiences in understanding the range of issues faced by industrial companies today.
Julie holds a Master’s in Library and Information Science from the University of Illinois, and a Bachelor’s in English and Journalism from the University of Iowa.
How Julie is building a better working world
“I support EY leaders and client teams with insights drawn from our collective experience as an organization and from conclusions based on thorough research. I seek to bring together as many perspectives as possible to create nuanced understandings of complex issues. Within the EY organization, I lead our learning and development efforts for Advanced Manufacturing to foster the growth of sector knowledge among our professionals.
I am also passionately committed to EY’s support of our military veteran employees and to the veterans in our communities, which is why I volunteer as a career coach with the EY Veterans Network in Chicago.”