Julia Richman is the chief innovation and technology officer for the City of Boulder. In her role, she acts as a citywide partner to improve overall organizational capacity. She works to achieve city goals through programs and initiatives focused on high-performance government, data-driven decision-making, operational effectiveness and efficiency and disruptive technology.
Prior to working for the city, she spent a decade at Deloitte Consulting leading projects that advanced service and business operations strategies for her public sector clients across the nation.
Julia is a Colorado native and community leader. She is a 2018 Colorado Governors Fellow, as well as a graduate of Leadership Denver and the Colorado Institute for Leadership Training. She is a mentor for Colorado-Based Greenhouse Scholars and serves as part of the executive teams for both the Colfax Marathon and Groundwork Denver boards of directors. She has a master of public policy from the University of Chicago and a bachelor of arts degree from Dartmouth College. She is an avid endurance athlete in hot pursuit of a three-hour marathon.