28 January – Julia hosted the Funtech Comedy Night in partnership with Barclays Rise in aid of Street Child. 28 January – Julia moderated the panel: Investing in Employee Experience Leads to Positive Client Outcomes at the EX/Culture Speaker Series JP Morgan Event 27 January- Julia spoke at the VCCP Business event 21 January – […]
30 June – Julia ‘roasted’ the Founder & CEO of Funny Women at her birthday party
29 June – Guest on BBC radio Kent, Drivetime show, ‘The conversation’
10 June -Julia hosted the Women in Banking and Finance annual awards, The Hilton Hotel, Park Lane, London
9 June – Auctioneer for fundraising event for the charity Little Paper Slipper, supporting women who are victims of domestic violence, at Vout-O-Renees, London
8 June – Keynote Speaker at the Think B!G Conference.
22 March – Featured guest on BBC Radio Kent’s Drivetime show ‘The conversation’
8 March – International Women’s Day – Closing Speaker at the Fin4Fem launch event.
3 March – Julia chaired the plenary panel on Blockchain – Separating Hype and Reality at the FIX Trading Company Annual Trading Conference.
24 November – Guest speaker at WEConnect International Conference, London.
14 November – Auctioneer for fundraising event, Guinness Brewery, Dublin.
11 November -Julia interviewed on Dream Corner with Viv Oyolu.
3 November – Julia performed in a line-up of performers at ‘Inside at L’Escargot’, Greek Street, Soho, London.
26 October – Featured guest on BBC Radio Kent’s drivetime show ‘The Conversation’.
13 October – Sibos Conference, Singapore- Hosting A Question of Finance: The first ever Sibos quiz show.
12 October -Sibos Conference, Singapore- Chairing Technology and Talent: What’s needed to strengthen your workforce? Sibos is the world’s premier financial services event, organised by SWIFT.
7 October – Julia MC’d the Children in Crisis fund raising gala dinner in the presence of Founder and Life Patron, Sarah, Duchess of York, HRH Princess Beatrice and HRH Princess Eugenie and a host of honoured guests and supporters at Merchant Taylor’s Hall, City of London.