Giulia joined EASA in 2023. In her role, she implements communication activities and coordinates events. Her responsibilities include managing the online presence of EASA, content development, and preparation of publications and the newsletter.
Before joining EASA, Giulia worked in the field of communications for NGOs, associations, and think tanks across Europe. A few of her professional experiences include work at a European technology industries association in Brussels, the European Journalism Centre in the Netherlands and the European Council on Foreign Relations in Germany. Giulia holds a master’s degree in Media and Politics from the University of Bologna, and studied abroad as an exchange student in the United States and Sweden.
In her free time, Giulia likes spending time with her friends, doing sports, going to the cinema, concerts and art exhibitions. She speaks Italian, English, and intermediate French.