Julia Gledhill is an analyst in the Center for Defense Information at POGO. She works to hold the Department of Defense accountable for waste, corruption, and abuse of power. On Capitol Hill, Julia advocates for more effective national security policy at a lower cost.
Before joining POGO, Julia was a foreign policy associate at the Friends Committee on National Legislation. In that role, she lobbied Congress to reassert its constitutional war powers, increase accountability for civilian casualties resulting from U.S. military operations, and close the U.S. military detention facility at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba.
Julia earned her bachelor’s degree in economics and business from Colorado College.
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