Environmentalist and Humanist Julia Rellou
The former vice president and group manager of JP Morgan Chase's Financial Planning and Advisory Group, Julia Rellou has spent the past decade dedicated to environmental causes, philanthropy, and humanitarianism. Particularly concerned about the global environment, Rellou supports the work of the Earth Policy Institute, the Natural Resources Defense Council, the World Wildlife Fund, and the National Wildlife Federation. Additionally, Julia Rellou donates to AmeriCares, UNICEF, and the Teatown Lake Reservation.
A resident of Westchester, New York, Rellou also contributes to her community. The New Castle Historical Society received from her three priceless art collections going back generations.
To prepare for her career, Julia Rellou attended New York University and graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor of science in management and organizational behavior and international business. Also at the New York University School of Business, Rellou earned a master of business administration in finance and international business cum laude. Since then, Julia Rellou garnered a certificate in conservation biology and environmental sustainability from the Columbia University Earth Institute and completed additional coursework at the Earth Institute in environmental science and policy.