In 2005 I got my Master’s Degree in Intercultural Studies and International Development Cooperation at Trieste University writing my dissertation on the contemporary South African history.
In 2009 I got a 2nd Degree Master in Environment and Human Development: Governance, Education, Scientific Knowledge at High School for Environmental Studies of the Catholic University, campus of Brescia. The internship and project work were focused on specific Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives developed for a local firm of the Lombardy area.
I took part as an educator in several NGOs’ projects at national and international level, dealing with issues such as cultural diversity, sustainable development principles, environmental education and green awareness. My training at Eco-UNESCO (Dublin, 2005) was particularly meaningful for its professional and intercultural contribution, which increased my personal expertise. I took part in several social projects and I got trained in communication techniques and project design tools.
From 2009 to 2012 I collaborated as young researcher at the Research Center for Environment and Sustainable Development of Lombardy (CRASL) at Catholic University, campus of Brescia working on several European research projects within the Alpine Space Programme or the Intelligent Energy Europe initiative. In such contexts I was responsible for the implementation of social surveys, the adoption of stakeholder involvement techniques and communication-for-sustainability activities.
Since 2014 I’m research fellow at the Institute for Electromagnetic Sensing of the Environment under the Italian National Research Council. My activities deal with science communication, dissemination of results within national and international projects, environmental education proposals, Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) initiatives.
In De-LAB I work for
Corporate Social Responsibility, Stakeholder engagement and social innovation, Participatory models of dialogue
between Science and Society.