Julia is the Clean Energy Coordinator at the Yale Center for Business and the Environment. In this role, Julia works to create the Yale Clean Energy Collaborative, a shared forum to facilitate the free exchange of ideas and connections through a collaboratively governed and decentralized network of Yale programs and Yalies (faculty, staff, students) across disciplinary boundaries in the clean energy space. She seeks to unearth opportunities for research, teaching, and programming through cross-school collaboration and innovation, and supports the development and integration of systems that allow for better cross-campus communication.
She also fosters the broadening of an engaged community of informed actors who can accelerate the clean energy transition on-campus and online, including with the Financing and Deploying Clean Energy program.
A 2021 graduate of the Yale School of the Environment, Julia obtained her Master’s in Environmental Management specializing in Industrial Ecology & Green Chemistry. At YSE, she served as a leader of the Industrial Ecology Student Interest Group, a coordinator for the Industrial Ecology & Green Chemistry Specialization, and a facilitator for CBEY’s GreenLight consulting club.
Julia graduated from Fairfield University in 2019 with a Bachelors degree in Environmental Studies with minors in Engineering, Mathematics, and Economics. She has done prior work with urban agriculture, electric vehicles, green chemistry education initiatives, and university sustainability. In her spare time, Julia loves playing sports, being outside, woodworking, and attempting to keep her houseplants alive…