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Julie is the Director of Planning at St George’s, University of London. Examples of what the small team of two are responsible for include: horizon scanning of changes in HE, data assurance and risk of statutory returns, student number modelling, league tables modelling, Annual Planning Rounds, responses to DfE/OfS consultations, and support for initiatives like TEF. Julie is also co-Chair of the St George’s Business Continuity Silver Team, with the largest event being COVID 19!
Julie has worked in Planning for over 20 years, in a variety of settings: University of Greenwich (1998-2004); Queen Mary (2004-2012); and St George’s (2012-current). She also attended 3 University of London Colleges as a student.
Julie also contributes to the sector as a co-Chair of the London Higher Planners’ Group, is on the Complete University Guide Advisory Board, and is a member of HESPA’s Higher Education Data Insight Group (HEDIG).
If Julie had not loved Maths so much, she would (in another life) have been a fair-weather landscape gardener! As well as liking gardening, she is a Treasurer of a local Charity.
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