Julia La Roche

Julia La Roche

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Julia La Roche is a veteran financial journalist and current host of "The Julia La Roche Show," a podcast featuring discussions with the brightest minds in business and investing. She dives deep into the lives and minds of her guests, uncovering their stories, experiences, and insights. She also serves as the Head of Communications and Public Relations at, a privatized, personalized AI search that liberates you from endless search result links. Julia spent over a decade as a journalist and was previously an on-air correspondent for Yahoo! Finance, where she was best known for her executive interviews. She has interviewed some of the world's top CEOs and investors like Google, Goldman Sachs, Starbucks, Salesforce, Walmart, and more, as well as leading investors like Paul Tudor Jones, Bill Ackman, Ray Dalio, Jeffrey Gundlach, Charlie Munger, and others. Her experience also includes serving as an adjunct instructor at The University of North Carolina's Hussman School of Journalism and reporting for Business Insider and CNBC.

Professional Experience

Academic History


  • The podcast brings listeners in-depth conversations with some of the top CEOs, investors, founders, academics, and rising stars in investing, business, and technology.

  • In each episode, Julia dives deep into the lives and minds of her guests, uncovering their stories, experiences, and insights.

  • The podcast is available on YouTube, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.

  • Tune in every Tuesday and Thursday, and join Julia for some enlightening conversations.



  • Julia has been featured in various financial media outlets and publications.

  • She has also appeared as a speaker in various conferences.

  • She has appeared as a guest on Real Vision.


  • While at UNC, she contributed to the award-winning student-run newscast “Carolina Week” as a reporter and served on the production crew.

  • Outside of work, she serves with the NYC Parks Enforcement Patrol Mounted Auxiliary and is a volunteer for the New York Junior League. 

  • She’s a member of the Economic Club of New York.