Julie Hoegh joined the Development Board in 2018. Julie holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics and a Master’s Degree and PhD in English Literature. She worked for seven years in finance in New York and London, first for Moody’s Investors Service and later for J.P. Morgan. After finishing her PhD, Julie worked freelance for publishing houses and literary agencies before starting a book recommendation blog in 2014. For ten years she was on the London Committee of Human Rights Watch and co-chaired the Human Rights Watch Film Benefit Committee.