Experts' profiles - Julie Greenwalt
Julie Greenwalt
Julie Greenwalt works with the Division for Environmental Policy Implementation on REDD Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation as a programme officer for the UN-REDD Programme, an inter-agency programme of FAO, UNDP and UNEP. Her current activities include working on national programmes in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Nigeria and the Republic of Congo; coordinating national programmes across the three regions; social and environmental safeguards; linkages between REDD+ and the green economy; engaging the private sector and other key stakeholders; and results-based monitoring and reporting.

Before joining UNEP, Julie began working with UNDP in 2007 with the Red Ribbon Award for Outstanding Leadership and Action on AIDS. She then moved to the Environment and Energy Group where she worked with the Equator Initiative that highlights local and indigenous groups working on poverty reduction and biodiversity conservation.

Julie has a B.A. in International Relations, Spanish and Philosophy from Tulane University, and an M.S. in Urban Planning with a concentration in International Development Planning from Columbia University.
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