Educator, Leader, Executive
About Julia Keleher
Julia Keleher is an engaging educator and dedicated leader who has focused her career on improving the quality of education for all to increase socioeconomic mobility and generate better opportunities. She founded the free program Thought & Voice to help English Language Learners develop and improve their English language verbal and written skills. Julia believes greatly in the power of giving back to her community, operating under the knowledge that if she has the ability to help others, then it’s her responsibility to do so. Julia believes that her accomplishments only matter if they help someone else along their journey, and by giving back, she can more clearly appreciate how beautiful life truly is. She hopes to support other women become the best leaders they can. Julia is an impassioned advocate for equality who works tirelessly to transform failing institutions and systems into more inclusive and just societies. She has a proven track record of helping organizations implement effective strategies and improve their performance. As a natural leader, skilled executive, and passionate change agent, she has the ability to help organizations reach their goals.
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