Juliet Scott-Croxford is Chief Executive Officer at Worth, where she has been responsible for leading its transformation from a print magazine. Juliet also serves at the helm of Worth Books, Worth's joint venture with Forefront Books. In addition to her duties as CEO, Juliet hosts the Women & Worth podcast and acted as a moderator at the Women & Worth Summit 2019.
Worth is a global media platform connecting a community that embraces worth beyond wealth. Its mission is to inspire and inform affluent individuals to work towards making a significant positive impact on their local, national, and global communities. Worth hosts many events aimed at disseminating innovative ideas in its programming and cross-content platform. In addition, the platform features articles, podcasts, videos, and partner content, as well as a quarterly magazine.
Previously, Juliet spent five years at The Guardian and joined the company’s Executive Committee in 2015. She most recently served as Chief Delivery Officer, responsible for the strategic implementation of the global three-year turnaround plan and subsequent transformation and growth for the Guardian’s US operation, which saw her relocate to New York in 2016. Prior to joining The Guardian, Juliet held a senior role at KPMG Boxwood, consulting on strategy and transformation in the media and technology sectors, specialising in the design and implementation of business change programmes.
Juliet graduated from Oxford Brookes University with a 1st class Honours degree and began her career as a Management Consultant, learning to code at IBM Business Consulting Services. She then worked as a Managing Consultant at IBM, focusing on business strategy and organisational change and working with clients to solve complex business problems across a variety of sectors through the use of technology.