Julia Levin is a project manager supporting the global climate strategies (GCS) team at the Climate Leadership Initiative (CLI). In this role, she ensures that the GCS team is meeting its goals of identifying and sharing the most impactful solutions to the climate crisis in an effective and efficient way.
Prior to joining CLI, Julia held positions in program and project management at TechSoup, Net Impact, and the World Affairs Council. She has expertise in partnership building, advocacy, philanthropy, and social research as they relate to public engagement on climate change, sustainability, and human rights. Julia earned a master’s degree with a focus on international development from the Julien J. Studley Graduate Programs in International Affairs at The New School, and a BA in liberal arts from St. John’s College in New Mexico.
Julia can be found running, hiking, cooking vegetarian food, throwing ceramics, or laughing with friends mostly outside when not at work. As someone who is deeply committed to protecting our environment in an equitable way, Julia is excited to bring her passion for climate solutions to CLI.