Insa Jülich is a Research Analyst in sustainability entrepreneurship. Her primary areas of focus include sustainability entrepreneurship, the green economy and green finance. Insa helps promote socially inclusive and environmentally sustainable companies.
As a participant in the ASA Programme, she helped the SEED Project team implement a project in Malawi. In the context of the scholarship, Insa dealt increasingly with sustainable action in a globally networked world. Before joining adelphi, she gained experience in financial cooperation as an intern at KfW Development Bank. Insa’s focus was on project work in the health and education sectors in East Africa. During an internship at the Research Center for Migration, Integration and Asylum at the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees (BAMF), she dealt with the economic effects of immigration and emigration in Germany. As a student assistant at the Zentrum für empirische Wirtschaftsforschung (ZEW), Insa was responsible for the analysis of an energy sector report in environmental and resource economics and environmental management.
Insa completed the Master's Programme in Socio-Ecological Economics & Policy at the Vienna University of Economics and Business. Her areas of specialisation included the interdisciplinary research fields of multi-level governance and demography. As part of her master's thesis, Insa addressed the global development agenda and innovative funding initiatives in the education sector. She completed her Bachelor's degree in economics at Heidelberg University with a specialisation in political science. Insa spent part of her undergraduate studies at Istanbul University.