Julien Le GocDirector of Policy at Libra Association
Julien Le Goc is the Director of Policy for the Libra Association, a newly-formed organization that has brought together social impact organizations and a diverse group of leading businesses from around the world to create a low-friction, high-trust payment system that empowers billions of people. In this role, Julien helps lead policy efforts and stakeholder engagement for the Libra Association.
Julien comes to the Libra Association with two decades of experience in risk management, bank regulation, and finance, most recently at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC), a United States (U.S.) government corporation providing deposit insurance to depositors in U.S. commercial banks and savings institutions. At the onset of the great recession, Julien joined the FDIC and led risk management and internal review activities supporting key operational areas including finance, security, bank-closing, information technology, privacy, office closures, and other critical mission-focused processes. As the economy recovered, Julien was asked to join the FDIC's Chief Information Officer and Chief Privacy Officer in a leadership role. Julien executed an information technology, cybersecurity, digital transformation, and change management agenda to modernize FDIC operations and uplift mission-critical applications. Prior to the FDIC, Julien worked in a Big Four management consulting firm leading strategic engagements with large enterprises around the world and U.S. Federal government clients. He has lived and worked in Europe and the United States.
Julien is a graduate of the Kogod School of Business and holds an MSc. in Finance from the American University in Washington D.C. Julien is a recurring guest lecturer for business and international management courses at the American University.