Centre for a Digital Society
Giulia provides digital communications support to the Centre for a Digital Society and the Centre for Media Pluralism and Freedom of the European University Institute. She has extensive experience in communication and dissemination of EU-funded projects focusing on topics such as gender equality, transferable skills in academia, responsible research and innovation, and science communication. Prior to joining the EUI again, she worked for the European Science Foundation in Strasbourg, for the EUI’s School of Transnational Governance and as a freelance consultant. Giulia has a background in East Asian Studies (University “La Sapienza” of Rome) and Political Sciences (University of Bologna).