Julia Trattnig

Consultant

Tel.: +43 316 720 813-13
email: julia.trattnig@convelop.at

Bürgergasse 8-10/I
8010 Graz, Österreich

Core competence

Making roles visible. Understanding connections. Questioning structures.

Julia Trattnig studied Roman Languages, Political Science and Gender Studies at the University of Vienna and at the University of Graz. In her master theses about gender roles in the colonial context of Indochina and about online hate speech against women, she was able to link her liberal arts degree and socio-scientific studies in an inter- and transdisciplinary way.

She completed several internships in the media sector (ORF, Kleine Zeitung) and at different NGOs in Vienna (Frauenhetz) and Graz (Anti-Discrimination Office Styria). She has been working for convelop since March 2020 and is able to use her background knowledge on gender, diversity, equality policy and content analysis to add further expertise to the team. As a scientific staff member, she fulfils diverse tasks such as research, reporting and structural organisation.

 Wen Sie bei uns finden

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  • Julia Trattnig

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