Julie Baddeley is one of the UK’s most experienced women directors having served in an executive and non-executive capacity on the boards of leading companies in the FTSE 100 and 250 indices, as well as major public sector organisations.
She has been a non-executive director across a range of sectors, including consumer, retail, financial services, professional services and global industrial. She was chairman of international recruitment company Harvey Nash plc, and is on the boards of FTSE 250 company TI Fluid Systems, which is leading the transition to electric vehicles, and Marshall of Cambridge.
At the Said Business School, Julie coached top business teams from around the world on the execution of business strategy, having previously been the partner in charge of Accenture’s change management practice in Europe
Julie chairs Chapter Zero a network which is helping UK non-executive directors play their part in tackling the impact of climate change on their organisations, and the impact they are having on the climate. She is Co-Director of the Hughes Hall Centre for Climate Engagement, which aims to bring Cambridge University thinking on climate science, law, regulation and risk into the boardroom, and which hosts Chapter Zero.