Redefining Energy's Future: Why Integration and Resiliency Holds the Key
Join Dr. Julia Nesheiwat in a riveting fireside chat on "Energy Integration." Dive deep into the realities of our interconnected world and understand why diverse supply chains and global collaboration are paramount for a sustainable energy transition.
Discover how integration accelerates the path to a cleaner and more resilient future while ensuring energy security.
Let's move beyond borders and shape an integrated and resilient energy future. Be part of the conversation.
Dr. Julia Nesheiwat brings over 20 years of leadership and expertise in international energy, development, and environmental diplomacy as a former U.S. diplomat, White House official, thought leader, and U.S. Army veteran. She served in four presidential administrations to ensure a balanced energy policy that incorporates global energy security into domestic and foreign policy decision making through the key principle of diversification of energy sources.
Julia recently served on several corporate advisory boards where she provided strategic advice on clean energy and sustainability program development. She is a Distinguished Fellow at the Atlantic Council's Global Energy Center and concluded public service as Commissioner on the U.S. Arctic Research Commission reporting to the White House and Congress on energy security issues.
Before serving as Deputy Assistant to the President in the White House, Julia was the first Chief Resilience Officer for the state of Florida. Previously, she was appointed as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State responsible for building the State Department’s first Energy Resources Bureau and implementing energy policies worldwide. She also served as Chief of Staff to the U.S. Special Envoy for Eurasian Energy and senior advisor to the Under Secretary for Energy. In these roles, she worked with numerous multinational energy firms and international organizations such as IAEA, IEA and IRENA advising on key energy policies and infrastructure projects in the oil, gas, nuclear, and alternative energy sectors while helping to build public-private partnerships. Julia served on the Governing Advisory Council with the World Economic Forum and is a life member with the Council on Foreign Relations.
Earlier in her career, Julia served as an U.S. Army intelligence officer with multiple tours in Afghanistan and Iraq where she earned the Bronze Star Medal. She earned a Bachelor’s degree from Stetson University in Florida, a Master’s degree from Georgetown University in Washington D.C. and a PhD from Tokyo Institute of Technology in science and engineering.