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About Us > People > Julia Roberts
Julia joined Royal Holloway as Director of Strategic Planning & Change in 2012. Julia has 10 year’s experience in Higher Education having previously worked as the Deputy Director of Strategic Planning & Change at Durham University. As a member of the Executive Team at Royal Holloway, Julia provides expert advice and evidence to guide strategic decision making. As the sector becomes increasingly competitive she has developed the market analysis and insight function of the planning team and also leads a team of project managers working on strategic and transformational projects, change management and process improvement.
More recently she has added governance to her portfolio managing the Secretariat function on an interim basis until the appointment of a new head of section.
Prior to working in Higher Education Julia held Strategic Planning and Commercial positions in the museum sector.
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