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Julius Robinson
Managing Director, Corporate Social Responsibility
MUFG Union Bank, N.A.

Northwestern Board Member Since: January 2012

Julius Robinson, Managing Director, serves as Head of MUFG Union Bank’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Group for the Americas.  He is responsible for company-wide CSR strategy and programs in the United States, Latin America and Canada, including charitable giving, community outreach, environmental stewardship, and Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) compliance and investment. Mr. Robinson also oversees the bank’s government relations activities and the MUFG Union Bank Foundation, the nonprofit entity that acts as the agent for the bank’s charitable contributions. 

Julius Robinson has thirty-nine years of comprehensive banking experience and comprehensive knowledge of credit analysis, underwriting, residential mortgage, and commercial and consumer lending. 

Julius is well known for his community involvement: He is Vice-Chairman of Operation HOPE’s Northwest Board of Directors, and is on the boards of Students Rising Above, Museum of African Diaspora (MoAD), California State University Monterey Bay School of Business, and Dominguez Dream.  He also serves on the USC LAA Corporate Advisory Council.

Mr. Robinson received his Bachelor of Arts degree in international relations and economics from the United States International University, and completed the post-graduate program with Pacific Coast Banking School at University of Washington, Seattle.  In addition, he holds a Certificate of Practice in Corporate Community Involvement from Boston College Carroll School of Management.

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Julius E. Robinson
Professional and Professional Associations

Board Member

Operation HOPE Northwest Board
Students Rising Above (a scholastic and outreach program for disadvantaged youth)
Board of Trustees, Alliant International University
Museum of the African Diaspora
California State University Monterey Bay School of Business
Dominguez ream
USC LAA Corporate Advisory Council