Policy Fellow
European Leadership Network
Civil Society (NGO, Think Tanks), Academia
Germany, Central Europe, Western Europe, Europe

Julia is a policy fellow and project manager for the Younger Generation Leaders Network (YGLN) with the European Leadership Network since 2018. Prior to this, she has held a position as research assistant with the research division on "International Security" at the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (SWP) in Berlin from 2017-18. Before moving to Berlin, Julia has worked as a project assistant with the organizational team of the Munich Security Conference (MSC) from 2016-17.

She completed her Master's degree in Political Sciences at the University of Hamburg in 2016, and holds a Bachelor's degree in Political and Communication Sciences from LMU Munich and the University of Vienna.

During her studies, Julia gathered broad journalistic and academic experience, working for various institutions, newspapers and organizations in Germany, South Africa, New York and Brussels, including the Heinrich Böll Foundation, Süddeutsche Zeitung and the University of the Federal Armed Forces.

Julia is a vice-chair of the YGLN and a member of the Réseau nucléaire et stratégie - nouvelle génération (promo 2017/18).

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English, French, German

Speaker at the Code Blue 2018 conference in Tokyo, Japan on "Nuclear weapons and cyber risks. Policy recommendations for enhancing supply chain and NC3 security and resilience" (2 November 2018) 

Led a workshop at the Federal Foreign Office on the prospectives of an entry into force of the Comprehensive Test-ban Treaty and the de facto norm of the CTBT during the 2018 CTBTO Youth Group Conference in Berlin, Germany  (27 November 2018)

Moderator of a panel discussion on nuclear arms control with Heinrich Böll Foundation and the Younger Generation Leaders Network at the Italian Embassy in Berlin, Germany (11 October 2018) 

Moderator of a young policy debate with Prof. Rory Medcalf, Australian National University, on „East-Asia conflict zone“ at Heinrich Böll Foundation’s annual foreign policy conference, Berlin, Germany

Speaker at a side event on dialogue, détente and nuclear risk reduction at the OSCE Parliamentary Assembly in Minsk, Belarus, on „Parliamentary action to promote nuclear disarmament“

Chair of a side event at the 2017 Preparatory Committee for the 2020 Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference in Vienna, Austria, on "Nuclear risk reduction and nuclear weapons free zones"

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