Juline Wiernasz

Programme Coordinator

Juline supports the development of our Fellow and membership programmes to ensure that non-executive directors play a full and active role in encouraging their boards to act on climate change.

Juline is experienced in working with non-profit organisations on events and project management. Before joining Chapter Zero she managed events at the Canada-UK Chamber of Commerce in London and coordinated the development of their Sustainability Forum. She also worked as a Programme and Operations Coordinator with the Canada-UK Foundation, an organisation supporting education through their Academic Awards, Post-Doctoral Fellowship programme with the University of Cambridge and their Arctic Alive initiative. Prior to that, she worked as a Research Assistant at the Rainforest Foundation UK, a charity focusing on protecting rainforests and their inhabitants, to support the writing of a report on the adverse impacts of infrastructure projects in the Congo Basin.

Juline has an MA in Disasters, Adaptation and Development and a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations.

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Programme Manager
MA in Disasters, Adaptation and Development
Bachelor’s degree in International Relations