Julie Webb is a highly skilled professional with expertise in climate change, gender, resilience, and disaster risk reduction. Addressing the challenges that people and organisations face from climate change and gender inequality has motivated her career for over fifteen years. Julie has worked directly in and with state, local, and national governments; non-government and humanitarian organizations; and communities. She has led strategic work with clients to integrate climate change and gender, undertake research, and to design and evaluate projects. Julie’s particular skills in training, research, technical advice and in developing practical and simple tools to support action have been developed in work across Australia, the Asia Pacific and the Middle East.
Julie was awarded the Garnaut Prize 2016 from the ANU for the best overall aggregate result in the Master of Climate Change (gender and development) program. Julie has a Masters of Climate Change, a Master of Arts Ecologically Sustainable Development from Murdoch University, and a Bachelor of Science and Honors in Environmental Science from Murdoch University.