VP of Community Engagement, Staff
Julia manages NCCF’s grant-making. She provides pre-application counsel and assistance to nonprofits, and support and due diligence to Grants Committee members. She processes sponsorship and year-end critical needs grants.
She is also an active participant in a number of community collaboratives centered on region-wide issues such as homelessness and affordable housing, food insecurity, substance-use disorders, and the Northwest Regional Early Childhood Alliance.
Julia earned an M.B.A. from Pepperdine University, and a B.A. in International Relations & Political Science from Canisius College. She has worked extensively in the field of loan administration and legal affairs.
Julia is very involved in the community of her hometown of Norfolk, serving as a board member of the Norfolk Connecticut Children’s Foundation and The Foundation for Norfolk Living, as a commission member of the Norfolk Historic District Commission, and as a participant in the collaborative Norfolk N.E.T. (Networking Everyone Together), a poverty alleviation and community building initiative.