Born in Rome, she has been teaching for more than twenty years in public and private Italian Universities (L’Aquila, Perugia, Lumsa Rome and others) in BA, MA, Master’s and specialization courses.
Her teaching, research and professional activity as a consultant for Communication, Marketing and Content Strategy mainly focuses on the cultural impact of IT on organizations and their strategies, and on the design of education and training initiatives (also in e-learning). She usually cooperates with European Universities for teaching and research projects and with ANVUR (Italian National Agency for the Assessment of University and Research) for the Quality Assurance in arts and music teaching institutions.
She has collaborated, among others, with the Council of Europe, the Italian Government (Departments for Public Administration and for Performing Arts), the National Research Council, the National Academy of Lynx, the National School of Cinema Foundation, the Giovanni Agnelli Foundation and AICI (Italian Association of Cultural Institutions). She has also worked for Fiat SpA, IGP-Gruppo RCS, Banca Popolare di Sondrio, Arnaldo Caprai Società Agricola and many other public, private and not for profit organizations.
At Roma Tre University, since the academic year 2009-10 she has been appointed the BA Marketing chair – Department of Philosophy, Communication, Performing Arts; since 2015-16 she teaches also Advanced Marketing at the MA Degree Course in Information, Publishing, Journalism. Since 2017-18, she has been appointed the new chair Sustainability and Cultural Awareness within the MA Degree Course “Sustainability and Innovation” at the Department of Business Studies.
After classical studies and a postgraduate Master’s in Business Communication (Milan, 1998; accredited by ASFOR), in 1994 she was the first Italian citizen to obtain the European Diploma in Cultural Project Management promoted by the Council of Europe, the European Commission and the Unesco.