Julie George is an assistant vice president and district transition leader at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. In this role, she focuses on local change management related to the Federal Reserve’s Enterprise Resource Planning program. Prior to this role, Julie was an assistant vice president in the Secure Payments department where she was responsible for the design, development, and implementation of key elements of the Secure Payments Initiative – including the Synthetic Identity Payments Fraud work effort.
Julie was also the director of Network Security - Customer Projects in Network Security Services, a National Information Technology function hosted in Boston where she directed a national project-based security team responsible for the design, configuration, and implementation of boundary security to protect critical applications supporting the Federal Reserve System. Julie joined the Federal Reserve in 2014 with over 25 years of experience leading information technology organizations at large companies including Verizon and Staples.
Julie earned a B.S. in business administration/computer science from Salem State University, an M.S. in leadership from Northeastern University, and an Executive Certificate in leadership and management from MIT Sloan School of Management.
M.S. in leadership, Northeastern University
B.S. in business administration/computer science, Salem State University
Executive Certificate in leadership and management, MIT Sloan School of Management
Julie George spearheaded a teacher externship pilot at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston. This program provided Boston Public School teachers with real-world skills to help guide students toward STEM-focused careers. Due to the pilot’s success, teacher externships are now offered as a professional development option at Boston Public Schools.