Julia Hubbel

Communication in a changing world

Julia is a disabled, decorated Vietnam Era Army veteran who served as a journalist and television producer-director, and Chief of Military Protocol for the Jimmy Carter Presidential Inaugural in 1977.

Julia Hubbel is an award-winning entrepreneur, international professional speaker, seminar leader and prize-winning journalist who specializes in the art of leadership development, teambuilding and relationships. Her innovative work in networking has resulted in a unique model for connecting used in Fortune 500 companies.

In 1997, Julia created a diverse network of top-level professional women in the Inland Northwest, using her innovative model for establishing relationships. The Hubbel Group became a voice for professional women from all backgrounds and spun off companies, partnerships and lasting friendships. The remarkable story of The Hubbel Group is profiled in the bestselling book Networking Magic, by Guerilla Marketing authors Rick Frishman and Jill Lublin. Her prize winning book WordFood:How We Feed or Starve our Relationships, sets the new standard for how people can leave each other feeling nourished and encouraged in an increasingly diverse world.

She has spent three decades in senior corporate and consulting positions in the areas of leadership, teambuilding and supplier diversity.

She is an ISM Certified Supplier Diversity Professional. Julia has won multiple awards through her volunteer and leadership positions in the Women’s Business Enterprise Council. DiversityPlus Magazine named her 2012 Top 25 Women In Power in Diversity.

The Hubbel Group, Inc. is proud to be a WBENC-certified woman-owned business.

Participants in Julia’s programs enjoy content rich, to-the-point, engaging presentations that provide not only real-world examples but result in real world skills. Call Julia for your next keynote or training need!

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