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Giulia Di Pierro


Giulia Di Pierro joined Lear as a Consultant in November 2016. Previously, she worked for two years at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) in the Technical Cooperation (TC) Department. During her period at the EBRD, Giulia’s core responsibility was the procurement of consultancy services for TC projects either funded from the Bank’s own funds or through funds made available to the Bank by European Union, bilateral and multilateral donors. She dealt with TC projects in a wide range of sectors such as municipal infrastructure, agribusiness, financial institutions, power and energy and transport.
Giulia’s assignments at the EBRD involved also advisory services to internal and external Clients, capacity building, results management and donor reporting.
Before joining the EBRD, she did an internship at Moverim Consulting in Brussels, dealing with technical assistance projects in the areas of scientific research, environment and energy.

Giulia has a Bachelor degree in Economics, a Master of Science degree in Business Administration and a post-graduate degree in International Public Procurement Management.
She has full professional proficiency in English and basic knowledge of French.
Her main area of expertise is public procurement and she wrote several papers on a variety of topics including – but not limited to – corruption and anti-competitive behaviours, modernization of public procurement legal frameworks, SMEs involvement, professionalism in public procurement, innovation and sustainable public procurement.

The two most important things in any company do not appear in its balance sheet: its reputation and its people. Henry Ford, 1920

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Giulia Di Pierro


Via di Monserrato, 48
00186, Roma
Phone: +39 06 68 300 530
Email: giulia.dipierro@learlab.com


  • MA, International Public Procurement Management, University of Rome Tor Vergata
  • MSc, Business Administration, University of Rome Tor Vergata
  • BSc, Economics and Management, University of Rome Tor Vergata