Giulia joined the Thomson Reuters Foundation in 2018 as the Global Head of Programmes for TrustLaw. With over 15 years’ experience in the NGO and social enterprise sector, Giulia sets and manages TrustLaw’s global engagement strategy with NGOs, INGOs, social enterprises and corporate foundations. She leads an exceptional team of programme managers around the world in developing impactful and innovative partnerships and projects.
To sustain TrustLaw's exponential growth Giulia oversees the continuous innovation of the TrustLaw online platform, systems and model. She also supports the selection and management of the Actions made at the Trust Conference to ensure they achieve lasting change in the sector.
Giulia is passionate about women’s empowerment, entrepreneurship and technology and has built global, high profile, cross-sector partnerships in each of these spaces.
Before joining the Foundation, Giulia spent 6 years with the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women, including a spell as Chief Executive Officer, and played a pivotal role in starting and growing a small not-for-profit start-up into a global brand. In each of her different roles she worked closely with the management team, Trustees and Founder to develop the Foundation’s strategy and overall growth plans as well as strong partnerships with private individuals, Institutions and Corporate donors. In 2016, Giulia also worked as a consultant for UNESCO and Kering Foundation in Paris.
Giulia completed her Masters in International Development at SOAS and studied at Science-Po in Paris for a semester during her undergraduate studies at the University of Milano-Bicocca in Italy. She speaks fluent English, Italian, French and conversational Spanish.
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