Development economist specializing in International Development and Gender Justice. She works internationally for different bilateral and multilateral organizations in Africa, Asia and Eastern Europe. She supports State institutions in designing more inclusive and transparent policies while implementing projects that focus on sustainable and generative development. She contributes to the realization of human capabilities that encourage innovative forms of personal and social evolution, rooted in social and gender justice, leading to the socio-economic independence of the most vulnerable people.
Ph.D. International Development – Lancaster University (UK)
Master of Science in Development Management – Open University (UK)
Master of Science in Economics and Business – Alma Mater Studiorum, Bologna (Italy)