Julie Brandt

Executive Director, Cornerstone OnDemand Foundation

Anytime I have a creative block, riding motorcycles is the best way to clear my head and focus.

As Executive Director of the Cornerstone OnDemand Foundation, Julie Brandt is responsible for developing and driving the growth, reach, and sustainability of the foundation.

Before joining Cornerstone, she advised companies and individuals on philanthropic, community relations, and public affairs strategies and previously served as senior vice president of corporate social responsibility and public affairs for ACC Capital Holdings, where she oversaw all philanthropic and communications efforts. Prior to her work with ACC, Julie was director of the Mayor's Small Business Commission and deputy director of policy for the Mayor's Office of Economic Development in San Francisco. Her professional experience also includes managing community and government relations for the Pacific Gas & Electric Company and for Assemblyman John Burton (D-San Francisco).

Julie holds a BA in sociology from Stanford University and is a Wexner Fellow and a graduate of the Coro Foundation Public Policy program. She currently serves on the advisory board of Beyond Differences and on the board of directors of the John Burton Foundation for Children Without Homes.

“I am passionate about people and the difference that they can make in their organizations. I take tremendous satisfaction from seeing people develop, whether they are members of my team or clients using Cornerstone's software to improve performance”