| DeAnne Julius |
(spook, deep state functionary)
DeAnne Julius at the Chatham House Prize award ceremony in 2010
|Alma mater||Iowa State University, University of California|
|Member of||Chatham House/Governance|
She began her active career as a project economist with the World Bank in Washington and has handled extensive roles in the private sector. From 2003–12 she was Chairman of Chatham House in London and from 2014-19 was Chair of the Council at University College London.
After graduating, Julius began her career at the CIA as an economic analyst from 1970-71. In 1975, after earning her Ph.D, she went on to work as a project economist with the World Bank in Washington, D.C. until 1982, serving as a Project Economist, Senior Economist, and Economic Advisor for Energy where she worked in Africa and Asia.
From 1986-97, she held a succession of posts, including chief economist at British Airways and Royal Dutch Shell. A dual citizen, from September 1997 to May 2001, the former CIA-employee was a full-time member of the Monetary Policy Committee of the Bank of England, and sat on the Court of the Bank of England until May 2004. She chaired HM Treasury's banking services consumer codes review group in 2000–01 and the Public Services Industry Review in 2007-8 for the UK Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulation Reform.
She was a non-executive director on the boards of Lloyds Bank and Serco Group from 2001–07, BP from 2001-11, Roche Holdings SA from 2002–16, Jones Lang LaSalle from 2008-19, Deloitte LLP from 2011-14 and ICE Benchmark Administration from 2016-19. Julius was the Chairman of Chatham House, formally known as the Royal Institute of International Affairs, from 2003-12. From 2014-19 she was Chair of the Council of University College London.