Giulia started her university studies in International Trade at the University of Turin in 2009 while gathering various academic and work experiences in Italy, Germany, Spain, Morocco as well as India. She moved to Germany in 2014 and received a Master’s Degree in Life Science Economics and Policy from the Technical University of Munich.
Since October 2018, Giulia has been working as a Research Associate at Munich Business School, where she is responsible for the impact management of the project “YES! Young Entrepreneurs Succeed” funded by the EEA & Norway Grant Fund for Youth Employment. In this role she is working with organizations in Italy, Spain, Greece and Poland.
Since October 2019, Giulia is also pursuing her doctorate while teaching at the Bundeswehr University in Munich. Her doctoral dissertation covers the governance models of transnational projects and academic-practitioner collaborations in particular. Her research is contributing to closing the gap between research and practice and helps to implement modern forms of governance.