Occupation: Facilitators & Experts
Julia Weber has always dedicated herself to contributing to the community, with the publication of her self-help book for teenage girls at age 14, anti-bullying campaigning throughout her high school years and becoming a financial literacy ambassador at university. She is the Treasurer at Animal Therapies Limited, a not-for-profit organisation connecting those in need with animal-assisted services to help prevent or manage disability, illness and suffering.
Julia also develops financial literacy content in the hopes of solving the foundational issues that create monetary struggles for all Australians. She has taught financial literacy to young people all over the Newcastle, Hunter and Central Coast regions, as well as online content in collaboration with the Advocate for Children and Young People. Her work in the financial literacy space saw her become a finalist for the NSW Young Woman of the Year award in 2020.
She holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting) and Bachelor of Business (Leadership and Management) from the University of Newcastle. Julia works for the Newcastle Permanent Building Society, building organisational resilience and providing insights in the IT space.