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Julie joined St George’s planning team in September 2012 and was appointed to the role of Director of Planning in September 2016. She provides advice to the university leadership on policy initiatives, rankings and performance. Her responsibilities include:
assistance in formulating a new strategic and operational plan, including monitoring of key performance indicators (KPIs)
coordination of the planning rounds
horizon scanning for changes to higher education (HE), assessing impact on St George’s, University of London via evidence-based briefing papers and analysing the likely impact of policies and other external drivers
analysis of grant letters, including assessing impact of changing funding models
analysis and modelling of data submit to external bodies – for example, the teaching excellence framework (TEF).
Julie is currently a member of the following groups:
London Higher Planners’ Group, including the sub-groups TEF Task Group and the London Weighting Task Group
Higher Education Data Interest Group (HEDIG)
Complete University Guide Advisory Group
Higher Education Strategic Planners’ Group.
Prior to St George’s, Julie was Deputy Head of Planning at Queen Mary, University of London, where she provided executive support to the senior vice-principal for strategic projects, as well as providing advice to the senior executive, to underpin and support strategic planning and decision-making. She also managed the team responsible for statutory reporting and management information.
Julie has also worked in planning at the University of Greenwich and at a London public health authority. She holds a PhD in Mathematics which she undertook at Queen Mary and volunteers as a treasurer for a charity.
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