Julia Streets is a business woman, writer and comedian.

In 2013, Julia was named one of Brummell Magazine’s Inspirational Women on Boards. In 2014, the same City publication named her one of their Inspirational Women Entrepreneurs.

In addition to running the City business she founded, Julia regularly performs at corporate events, hosts gala dinners, is an after-dinner speaker and an auctioneer. Julia  has been reported in The Financial Times, City AM, The Daily Telegraph, was featured on BBC Radio 4’s Today Programme and is a regular guest on BBC Radio Kent’s Drivetime show discussing her favourite topic of business, comedy and the comedy of business.

In 2012, Julia’s first book was published entitled ‘The Lingua Franca of the Corporate Banker’ lampooning the excessive use of corporate jargon, and she pens the light-hearted ‘Watercooler’ column in the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants’ global monthly magazine.

She is proud to serve as a Trustee for Children in Crisis, a charity dedicated to improving the lives of children and their communities in post-conflict, hard-to-reach territories by delivering a sustainable approach to education.

Julia Streets