Julia M. Wilton

Carnegie Ethics Fellow; K2 Integrity

Julia M. Wilton is a senior director in K2 Integrity’s Investigations and Risk Advisory practice based in Washington, DC. She works with clients in the public and private sectors, including Fortune 500 banking and financial services institutions, government agencies, law firms, advocacy groups and individuals to identify and investigate fraud, waste, and abuse; quantify losses and prepare evidence of allegations of financial crimes; and develop and improve internal controls and compliance programs to deter misappropriations.

Before joining K2 Integrity, she worked for Forward Risk and Intelligence, most recently as a senior associate. Prior to her time at Forward Risk, Wilton was a consultant for the UN Development Programme’s Regional Bureau for Arab States in Amman, Jordan, where she was a member of the team that drafted the regional framework for Arab states on preventing violent extremism. During this time, she also conducted research and analysis to create an official UN report detailing the Tunisian democratic transition process and created weekly briefs for program specialists in political transformation and conflict prevention that were shared in weekly meetings with UN Headquarters.

Wilton has an MS in global affairs, summa cum laude, with a concentration in transnational security from New York University and a BA (Hons.) in political science and peace, conflict, and justice studies from the University of Toronto. She has working level proficiency in both French and German.

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MAR 19, 2024 Article

A Conversation with Carnegie Ethics Fellow Julia M. Wilton

This new interview series profiles members of the inaugural Carnegie Ethics Fellows cohort. This discussion features Julia Wilton, senior director at K2 Integrity.