Julia Gilbert, Administrator for the Public Lectures Committee, is responsible for managing Princeton Public Lectures and supporting the work of the Princeton Public Lectures committee. She launched and markets Princeton Talks; short recorded talks featuring Princeton faculty across all disciplines. Additionally, she supports the Dean of the Faculty’s office by managing special projects, including but not limited to event planning for the Howard T. Behrman Award for Distinguished Achievement in the Humanities.
Before joining the Office of the Dean of the Faculty, Julia worked in the Department of Near Eastern Studies. Prior to Princeton, she worked for Pottery Barn in their Creative Services department. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Design from the University of Minnesota.
Outside of work she enjoys traveling with her twin boys, playing tennis and trail riding with friends.