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Giulia Cosenza

Giulia joined EPPA’s to assist clients active mainly in the chemical sector, as well as to further diversify and develop the organization’s areas of expertise by bringing in know-how and experience in the field of sustainability from a government relations and political perspective.

Before joining EPPA, Giulia has been working in the European Parliament and in the private sector advising clients in the food and consumer goods sectors as well in the sustainability area, focusing on chemical, food and agricultural policies. Giulia truly believes in the strong interconnection between political dynamics and regulatory policies by providing strategic advice with the objective of making clients becoming thoughtful leaders at European level via the dialogue with European institutions and European Governments.


She holds a Master’s degree in European Union Politics from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a  Bachelor’s Degree in Political, Social and International Sciences from the University of Bologna. In 2018, she has been selected from the Boston Consulting Group as one of the 100 young Italian Future Makers. In addition, she is co-founder of Officine Italia, a leader stakeholder association in Italy with the role of strengthening the dialogue between young people, Italian institutions and the private sector.


Giulia is fluent in Italian, English, and Portuguese, and has a good command of French.