Scavuzzi, Juliana

Senior Manager, Environment, ACI World

Scavuzzi, Juliana

Senior Manager, Environment, ACI World

Biography

Juliana is the Senior Manager, Environment at ACI World since 2016. In her capacity, she is charge of the Environment portfolio of ACI World, which includes wildlife trafficking. She is the observer of ACI at the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO)’s Committee on Aviation Environmental Protection (CAEP) where she actively represents ACI advocating airports’ policies on environment and coordinates a group of experts from member airports and business partners that are nominated by ACI to collaborate with the work of CAEP. She is also the Secretary of the ACI World Environment Standing Committee (WENSC), where she supports the development of airports global environmental policy. The WENSC has a dedicated Task Force on Wildlife Trafficking. Juliana also facilitates training on Environment provided by the ACI World Global Training Airports Developing Nations Assistance Programme (DNA) and is a visitor lecturer at the McGill Integrated Aviation Management Programme.

Right before joining ACI World, Juliana worked at ICAO’s Environment department and contributed to the Brazilian National Civil Aviation Authority (ANAC) representation at the Brazilian Delegation of ICAO. She has also worked for the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) on legal and policy aspects of harmful interference of satellite communications.

Juliana is an attorney from Brazil. She has a Bachelor of Laws from UNICAP, where she is a member of the Brazilian Bar; a Masters of Science (MSc) in Juridical Science from UNIVALI; and a Master of Laws (LLM) in Air and Space Law from the Institute of Air and Space Law at McGill University, where she is a Board Member of the Institute of Air and Space Law Alumni Association. Juliana is also an elected member of the International Institute of Space Law (IISL), and has several publications, including book chapters, addressing aviation, environmental and space policy and law issues.