Julie Anne Nordstrom '90

Julie Anne Nordstrom '90

Board Member, Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation; US Trustee, Save The Children; Board Member, Fred Hutch Cancer Center; Advisory Board Member, Stanford University Dept of Health Policy

Julie Anne Nordstrom '90 is a retired attorney, having practiced law in Washington state. She has spent the past 20 years serving on governance boards and has recently completed a graduate program at Stanford Universityʼs Distinguished Careers Institute.

Nordstorm is personally committed to the not-for-profit sector focusing on improving education, health equity and cancer care. She is currently Chair of the Patient Quality and Safety committee of the Fred Hutch Cancer Center, an NCI designated comprehensive cancer center providing research, education and clinical care. Nordstrom is also Chair of the Head Start Board for Save The Children, US, whose focus is on providing early child development and learning to children in rural communities of need in the southern United States.

Additionally, she serves as a member of the Advisory Board of the Institute of Health Metrics and Evalution supporting the mission to deliver timely, relevant and scientifically valid evidence to improve health policy and practice worldwide. She recently completed multiple terns on the University of Washington Medicine Board, previously as Chair of the system board and Chair of the University of Washington Medical Center Board, advising management on strategic initiatives, operations, and financial performance.

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Anthony E. Varona, Eduardo M. Peñalver, and Julie Anne Nordstrom at Luminaries in Law event (2024)
Eduardo M. Peñalver, Julie Anne Nordstrom, and Anthony E. Varona at Luminaries in Law event (2024)
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