She is a recent commerce graduate, where majoring in economics and marketing has fuelled her interest and understanding of human change behaviour and policy development. As a pro bono consultant, Julie has worked with not-for-profit organisations on building sustainable funding and evaluating impact.
Alongside her studies, Julie volunteered at many youth-led not-for-profit organisations with a strong passion to contribute to social issues, including community health, sustainability, climate justice and social inequity.
Dedicated to supporting her peers, Julie has mentored high school students in disadvantaged areas across Melbourne and Japan. To play her part in the youth movement, Julie has been the Vice President at AIESEC and organised initiatives to facilitate the personal development of her peers.
Julie’s diverse professional experiences span FMCG, law and transport. They have helped her become an adaptable, confident and curious learner unafraid to challenge the status quo, in favour of positive change.
Julie loves café-hopping, thrift shopping and bouldering at hot spots in Melbourne. She enjoys discovering new music, as she plays piano, violin and bass guitar with bandmates.