Julie has extensive regional experience in policy, strategy and transaction structuring and implementation working across Asia Pacific with various governments to promote private sector participation in the infrastructure sector with focus on energy. With International Finance Corporation (IFC), where she worked for 14 years, she successfully developed and implemented Public Private Partnership (PPP) projects for main grid and off-grid power generation and privatisation of electric distribution systems. Her diverse work experience covers the private sector and the public sector in the Philippines, Indonesia, Myanmar and Mongolia.
Julie is a Certified PPP Professional, a designation created under the auspices of the APMG PPP Certification Program of the Asian Development Bank, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the Inter-American Development Bank, the Islamic Bank, the Multilateral Investment Fund and the World Bank Group. The USAID-Papua New Guinea Electrification Partnership aims to leverage US$100 million of private financing in PNG’s energy sector through innovative partnerships.