Julie joined AEIDL in February 2021 for a student internship as a European project Assistant, followed by a Convention d’Immersion Professionelle (CIP) contract as a Junior Policy Officer. During this period, she mainly supported two AMIF-funded projects, MAX and EPIC, in both communication and dissemination activities, as well as in more content-oriented tasks, such as mapping and assessing good practices, designing inclusive communication campaigns, and planning an international diversity film festival (MDFF). In April 2022, she started a permanent position as a Junior Project and Communication Officer where she continues to provide support on project management and communication in the fields of social inclusion and rural and territorial development. She also participates in the development of the AEIDL initiative, European Local Innovation Forum (ELIF).
She holds a Bachelor’s degree in European Studies from Maastricht University and a Master’s degree in Development Studies with a specialisation in Local Development from the University Panthéon-Sorbonne Paris 1.