As the principal of Advantage Consulting Inc., Julie is a Master Certified Coach who has worked
extensively as an Executive and Leadership coach and consultant for over two decades. Her
focus is on the people side of the business with clients from a broad sector of industries in both the
public and private arenas including digital technology, manufacturing, professional and financial
services, healthcare, and academia.
Julie’s focus on being in the moment and experiencing the reality of the situation helps leaders
and their teams find the courage to bring what really matters into the conversation. Individuals,
teams, and cohorts of leaders respond to Julie’s openness and ability to develop trust in the
As a certified Executive Strengths Based Coach, Julie is proud to be part of the teaching community at Coaching Out
Of The Box®. In addition, Julie is the selected Executive Coach for UBC Sauder’s School of Business MTLC
Leadership Program is part of the Faculty at The Marcus Buckingham Company (TMBC) and is a creator and
certified facilitator of various programs designed to teach leaders to take a ‘coach approach’ towards leading and
Julie has partnered with multiple organizations in North America to help shape their internal coaching cultures and
foster internal coaching communities. At the British Columbia Institute of Technology in Vancouver, Julie has had the
privilege of partnering with BCIT for several years delivering Coaching Out Of The Box® for multiple cohorts of
leaders (both in-person and remotely), which has resulted in a true coaching culture and community of practice.
As a community contributor, Julie works as a mentor for future leaders and is a volunteer advisor for CESO, an
international development organization driving economic and social change on a global basis. Originally from Wales,
Julie loves travel and adventure and spends her time between Vancouver, Costa Rica, and Europe. Her clients range
from global entities to local SMEs who are vested in their people practices and have the courage, compassion, and
appetite to engage in disruptive thinking practices in a humanistic manner.