Julia is a Program Manager and Fellow with the Digital Innovation and Democracy Initiative (GMF Digital), based out of the Paris office.

She works on digital and technology policy in the US and Europe, including tech-related trade and investment policy, platform regulation, data governance, and artificial intelligence, with a focus on the geopolitics of technology. She holds a MSc in International Political Economy from the London School of Economics, a Master's in International Security from Sciences Po Paris, and a B.A. in History from Princeton University.

Media Mentions

The U.S. should pursue a new digital foreign policy focused on a 'digital policy lab' to foster domestic policymaking, a 'technology task force' to promote international cooperation, and promotion of the White House-led Declaration for the Future of the Internet.
Translated from English
The digital economy means demand for skilled IT professionals is high in the European Union and from Western multinationals, and these workers leaving Russia due to the impact of sanctions and restrictions on access to international markets and clients could be a boon to Western economies.