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FTI's Julia Harrison to receive SABRE Award for Individual Achievement

Creative, passionate for her work and extremely ambitious, Julia Harrison is the epitome of inspirational leadership and professionalism. For this reason, she will be honored with the prestigious SABRE Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement in a special ceremony in Amsterdam on 23th May

By: EBR - Posted: Wednesday, May 16, 2018

«We do see that inclusiveness, adaptability, non-hierarchical organisation and a willingness to work to find good compromise solutions or innovative and different approached rather than dictated outcomes or weak consensus are so important for the changing dynamic of the environment we all work in today», she stated in a previous interview at EBR magazine.
«We do see that inclusiveness, adaptability, non-hierarchical organisation and a willingness to work to find good compromise solutions or innovative and different approached rather than dictated outcomes or weak consensus are so important for the changing dynamic of the environment we all work in today», she stated in a previous interview at EBR magazine.

by Eirini Sotiropoulou

Julia has been running consultancies since the age of 23, working in three major political capitals and establishing two of the most successful firms in the EU public affairs realm.

«We do see that inclusiveness, adaptability, non-hierarchical organisation and a willingness to work to find good compromise solutions or innovative and different approached rather than dictated outcomes or weak consensus are so important for the changing dynamic of the environment we all work in today», she stated in a previous interview at EBR magazine.

After working in a DC think tank and briefly in the European Parliament as an assistant, Julia Harrison expanded her career path in public affairs and government relations consulting in DC, then returned to the UK and got into the fledgling business as it emerged as a serious practice.

She soon began working on European issues and moved to Brussels in 1989 to establish a presence there for Fleishman Hillard. Then, she headed the company’s European public affairs business and sitting on the global public affairs board for 16 years, before leaving in 2002 and launching her own consultancy, Blueprint.

Today, Julia Harrison is a Senior Managing Director at FTI Consulting and sits on the European Leadership Team. Moreover, she has been involved in the Women’s Forum since the outset and was a member of its Belgian Founding Board.

«In a world where the social impact of business is more and more under scrutiny and social purpose more significant for many employees, women role models across all faces of society can help shift norms that apply in business too”, she concluded.

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