Julie Lennard appointed Chief Executive of DVLA


May 23
14:31 2018

Julie Lennard has been appointed as the new Chief Executive of the Driver Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA).

Ms Lennard will take up the post shortly and has been DVLAs interim Chief Executive since March. Prior to this she was DVLAs Director of Strategy, Policy and Communications, held since August 2014.

Department for Transport Permanent Secretary Bernadette Kelly said:

It is with great pleasure that I welcome Julie Lennard to the role, leading DVLA at such an important time as it develops into a digital hub for motorists. Julie is an experienced and talented leader and brings a wealth of experience to this crucial role.

Ms Lennard is the first woman to be appointed as DVLAs Chief Executive. In her previous role as Director of Strategy, Policy and Communications, Julie was responsible for delivering the organisations business strategy and policy development, overseeing a directorate that also includes data protection, Parliamentary liaison and communications.

Prior to this, Julie worked at The National Archives where her responsibilities included developing strategic policy relationships with senior stakeholders and overseeing Parliamentary and legislative issues.

Julie has also worked for Which? one of the largest independent consumer organisations in Europe, in a range of roles including as a journalist and representing the campaigning organisation to government departments, agencies and other stakeholders at a national and international level.

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