Julia Rohe-Frydrych is a Senior Project Manager at adelphi and has been leading international consultancy projects in the fields of climate action, climate finance, adaptation to climate change, and sustainability entrepreneurship for over 8 years. Her work aims to promote the implementation of sustainable measures in these areas through effective dialogue and learning processes. In her projects, she applies design thinking to enable actors from politics, business and civil society to unite divergent perspectives and jointly develop innovative solutions by means of interactive dialogue and capacity development formats.
Julia is responsible for various consulting and dialogue projects and has also been a part of the programme management at SEED since 2011. SEED is a global multi-stakeholder partnership that supports small, innovative, and growing environmentally and socially oriented enterprises in developing and emerging countries (www.seedinit.org) that was founded in 2002 at the World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg. She is involved in operational planning, manages programme components such as the SEED GoSustainable Programme, and was also responsible for reporting to sponsors and supporters.
Before joining adelphi, Julia worked in German development cooperation in the field of microfinance/economic reconstruction in Indonesia. As an external programme consultant she was involved in the dialogue process with anchor countries on the topic of low carbon economy.
Julia studied Political Science with a focus on International Relations at the University of Mannheim and the Ruprecht-Karls-University Heidelberg. As part of her studies, she spent a year as an exchange student in Lima, Peru and participated in a GIZ study on the political participation of young people in the context of the constitutional amendment process in Bolivia. After completing her studies, Julia completed further training as a coordinator in international project management at the Gesellschaft für Nachhaltige Entwicklung (GNE).