Giulianna is IMT’s Associate Director of Community Engagement. In her role, she serves as a primary representative to community organizations and city staff ensuring that inclusive community engagement solutions are centered on equity and accessibility. Giulianna’s background is in policy research, campaigns, and managing nonprofit programs.
From 2012-2015, she provided programmatic and research support to the U.S. Departments of Labor, Education, and Health and Human Services. She worked on the 2015-2016 Bernie Sanders Presidential campaign, focusing on outreach to the Latinx communities in Florida and Nevada, and subsequently served as the Puerto Rico Field Director. Giulianna went on to join New Consensus, a start-up non-profit devoted to driving a shift in the economy in order to meet the goals outlined in IPCC reports and creating a Green New Deal.
Prior to joining IMT, Giulianna served as the Florida State Director at Poder Latinx, a community-based organization based in Orlando, Florida that worked to bring community members’ concerns and priorities into the building performance standard policy being developed in the City of Orlando. Giulianna has a B.A. in Social Sciences with a concentration in politics and a minor in rhetoric from Utrecht University.