Julie Caldwell's superpower is connecting the dots: she builds relationships, creates opportunities for engagement and fosters value-driven communication every chance she gets. This superpower has carried her through multiple roles in her career, including 16 years with KPMG (the tax, audit and advisory giant), where she worked in sales enablement, marketing and partnerships.
At E4E Relief, Julie has played an integral role in our client growth, helping us scale from serving a few hundred thousand employees to more than five million around the world. After six years in business development, she spent the last two years leading marketing, communications, and partnerships, with the goal of building awareness for the field of employee relief. She has recently returned to a business development role, working with large corporations to design and establish their relief programs.
Hailing from the Midwest, Julie graduated with a Communications degree from DePauw University. She is a past Board President of Avondale Children's Center and served for nearly a decade on the Advisory Board of Remagen Foodservice Solutions.
"Our team released the recent rebrand of our logo on national television in 2020. All the hard work we put in paired with raising awareness for the Brave of Heart Fund and PGA of America's Golf Emergency Fund was a big moment for me. On the home front, I got some street cred when my two golfer sons heard their mom's company mentioned by the PGA CEO on CNBC's Squawk Box."
"I love the opportunity to connect with some of the most recognized corporations in the world and be a key ingredient to help them care for their employees when they are in crisis."