Julie Fionda is a British official working in the European Commission since 2002. She has a background in economics and she is currently Deputy Head of Unit in the DG Employment, Skills Agenda unit. She was in 2014-2018 Member of the Cabinet of Marianne Thyssen, Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs, Skills and Labour Mobility. Earlier roles in the Commission have focused on higher education policy, on the European Semester of policy co-ordination and on management of the European Social Fund.
Prior to joining the European Commission, Julie worked in the UK administration on regional development and social inclusion initiatives.
How can we equip people with the skills they need to adapt to a rapidly changing labour market?