Head of Research and Migration Law
Julia Lendorfer is the Head of Research and Migration Law in the IOM Country Office for Austria. Within the National Contact Point Austria in the European Migration Network, she is responsible for the overall coordination of the project. Julia holds a master’s degree in International Economics and International Relations from the Johns Hopkins University (SAIS) as well as in International Development from the University of Vienna. She has more than ten years of professional experience in different research and management functions. Before joining the IOM, Julia has worked at the World Bank and was the Country Representative of Innovations for Poverty Action in Mexico.
Phone: +43 (0) 1585 33 22 11
Saskia Heilemann (née Koppenberg)
Focal Point for Statistics
Within the National Contact Point Austria in the European Migration Network, Saskia Heilemann is responsible for conducting studies and reports in the field of migration and asylum. She additionally serves as the country office’s Focal Point for Statistics. Prior to her assignment with IOM Vienna, Saskia Heilemann worked as Programme Support Officer at IOM Cairo. She graduated in International Development from the University of Vienna.
Phone: +43 (0) 1585 33 22 29
Research and Communications Associate
Media Focal Point
Alexander Spiegelfeld is responsible for public relation activities, the EMN-website, as well as the organization of EMN-events. Furthermore he is researching in the field of migration and asylum. Prior to his assignment with the IOM Country Office for Austria, Alexander worked as a program manager for the Directorate-General Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion of the European Commission. He studied Social Policy and Development at the London School of Economics and Political Science, as well as Nonprofit, Social and Healthcare management at the Management Centre Innsbruck.
Phone: +43 (0) 1585 33 22 10
Focal Point for Migrants' Rights
Within the framework of the National Contact Point Austria in the European Migration Network, Martin Stiller is responsible for studies and reports in the field of migration and asylum. Moreover, he is IOM Austria’s Focal Point for Migrants' Rights, he supports other units in legal matters and works on the European Migration Network Glossary of terms relating to Asylum and Migration. Martin Stiller studied law at the University of Vienna. Prior to his engagement with IOM, he passed the Austrian bar exam and represented the Republic of Austria in its legal affairs.
Phone: +43 (0) 1585 33 22 21
Our team is supported by two interns in the fields of media and research.