An avid listener, I believe that change can only come from exchanging ideas and opinions. Always
striving to find unexplored connections between people to create new communities, I focus on helping
them develop projects linked to the world of culture and tourism while seeking fresh opportunities for
communication. Over the past years, I have concentrated on the possibilities offered by the web linked to the travel, art and culture industries. In this context, I co-founded “Invasioni Digitali” (Digital
Invasions), a bottom-up initiative created in Italy in 2013. Invasioni Digitali aims to promote the value of
and engagement with local cultural heritage. Its goal is to disseminate knowledge highlighting local
beauty and history by using the power of internet and social media. My favorite claim is
“Culture without borders”
I believe that as never before it is necessary to focus our attention on the differences that make us the individuals we are. Differences, which society instead often stifles and represses. I completed my Degree in Pharmacy knowing that my future would develop inside a laboratory but not a pharmaceutical one.
Diversity. Change. Innovation. Added-value creation. Future. These are the drivers of my motivation.
What inspires me to work every day to build the future believing, as I do that through culture and
communication it is possible to make society and the world better.
Empowerment through collaboration, in business and in life, is the key to success.
“Curiosity and Creativity”
Born in 2012, Invasioni Digitali aims to stimulate the active participation in cultural heritage by the
citizens of every Country with a bottom-up approach.
The project scales up the Digital Invasion methodology, which was developed in Italy.
The AMeLiE project addresses the issue of hate-speech online, starting from providing innovative tools for educators, so as to have a widespread
The project aims the social and labour market integration of young disadvantaged women with low basic skills by improving youth workers’ capacity to engage them in grassroots projects for the sustainable development of local communities.
Social project to raise awareness against the use of hostile language. The Manifesto of non-hostile communication is a commitment of shared responsibility to create a respectful, civil and secure
HERIT– Heritage Efficient through Relevant IT use, is an Erasmus+ funded project, starting from June 2021 until the end of May 2023.
The project is targeted at rethinking education in humanities in Russia and Mongolia in line with the EU research and practices in the field of multidisciplinary education and integrating STEM aspects into curriculum.
Stuff I like, stuff I do or I would like to do