Julie A. Dill
Retired, Chief Communications Officer, Spectra Energy Corp.
Julie Dill has a wealth of experience in the energy sector, having served in a number of executive capacities in the natural gas and power industries. Most recently, she served as the Chief Communications Officer of Spectra Energy Corp. (Spectra) from 2013 until the completion of Spectra’s merger with Enbridge, Inc. early in 2017.
Previously, Ms. Dill served as the Group Vice President of Strategy for Spectra and the President and CEO of Spectra Energy Partners, LP from 2012 until 2013. Prior to that, she served as President of Union Gas Limited in Ontario, Canada from 2007 to 2011. Over her career, she also served in various financial and operational roles with Duke Energy, Duke Energy International, and Shell Oil Company.
Ms. Dill has been an independent director of QEP Resources, Inc. since May 2013. In May 2018, she joined the boards of Inter Pipeline Ltd. and Rayonier Advanced Materials Inc., where she serves as a non-executive director. In April 2020, she joined the board of Southern Star Acquisition Corporation. In addition, she is a member of the Advisory Council for the College of Business and Economics at New Mexico State University and participates on the Community Relations Committee of the board of Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston, Texas.
Ms. Dill was named one of the most powerful businesswomen in Texas in 2016 and one of the top 50 most powerful women in oil and gas in both 2014 and 2015. She was also selected as the Ontario Energy Leader of the Year in 2010, as well as the Distinguished Alumni for the College of Business at New Mexico State University that same year. In addition, she was inducted into the College of Business Hall of Fame in 2000 and selected as one of the top 50 Women in Energy in 2002. In Canada, Ms. Dill spent time as chair for both the Canadian Gas Association and the Ontario Energy Association. She represented Canada on the American Gas Association and ran the Safety committee of the AGA.
Ms. Dill holds a Bachelor of Administration degree from New Mexico State University and is a graduate of the Harvard Business School Advanced Management Program.