My life in an info-graphic

I serve as Adjunct Professor at Fox School of Business at Temple University of Philadelphia, and  John Cabot University (Rome, Italy), where I teach management, international business and innovation management.
I held a Researcher and Visiting Lecturer position at the University of Karlstad (Swe). I help a Research position at LUMSA (Rome).
I hold a Doctorate in Communication and Complex Organizations, a Master’s degree in Multimedia and first I became Bachelor in Business Communication.
I am the founder and Curiosity Officer at Competere – Policies for Sustainable Development, a no profit network of professionals that publishes analysis and studies on the future of industry, labor market and social relations, with the purpose of fostering more prosperity and welness.
I was the General Director of Fondazione Luigi Einaudi one of the most prominent world-wide Liberal platform for economy, politics and history studies (February 2016 – September 2016).
I am the Founder and Secretary General of Istituto Italiano per la Privacy  (Italian Institute for Privacy – IIP).
I am in the Board of Advisors of AIESEC – Italian Chapter
I was the founder of the European Privacy Association (EPA) and I was in the board of BAIA – Business Association Italy America (Italian Chapter).
I am the author of Paganini non Ripete Vol. I (2018) and Vol. II (2019) of Allenarsi per il Futuro (2015, “Work for the Future“), Innovazione dalle Teorie al Territorio (2006, Innovation: from Theory to Territory) and co-author of  Next Privacy (2010).
I am columnist for Il Sole 24 Ore, the third largest Italian newspaper. My comments and editorials pieces are published in prestigious national and recognised international newspapers and journals as the WSJ.  I regularly take part to talk-shows on the major national and international radio and TV programs.

I served as Vice President and political officer for the European Liberal Youth, a pan-European classical liberal youth organization, standing up for free markets and individual rights.

I am a Montessori kid.