DIRECTOR GENERAL @
EUROPEAN INSTITUTE OF INNOVATION FOR SUSTAINABILITY
I work on Innovation for Sustainability.
I study every day how to drive innovation in order to reach Sustainable Development Goals.
Since January 2020 I am the Director General of the European Institute of Innovation for Sustainability (EIIS) based in Rome. Innovation has always been at the center of my entrepreneurial activities, I have been, in fact, CEO and founder of two startups that have taught me so much, bringing me on the front pages of all the most important Italian newspapers.
In 2018 I attended the Harvard Business School Executive studying innovation in large companies and/or organizations.
I have been part of the TEDxRoma organizing team. In 2016 I attended Singularity University at NASA Research Park in Silicon Valley, studying the impacts of exponential technologies in our society, I was also part of the leadership team in the Rome chapter.
I am an Adjunct Professor at LUISS and LUMSA. I cofounded Impactscool, a company sold to Treccani in 2021. I am an Advisor and Angel Investor in several international startups, and I write since 2109 for Harvard Business Review Italy.
Harvard Business School - Executive Education. How to lead and build a culture of innovation.
ENEL national convention, lecture on the use of artificial intelligence, BIG Data and SMALL Data.
For years I was part of the Organizing Team at TEDx Rome and then was one of the speakers at San Marino in 2018 and Cremona in 2021
I am often invited as a speaker by many different companies
I'm an Adjunct Professor and I love it.
I had the pleasure of being among the speakers at the TEDx City of San Marino
Together with my team, we won the Sumo Robot challenge at the Silicon Valley Tech Shop.
I attended Singularity University in 2016, at the Nasa Research Park in Silicon Valley. There I studied the impacts of exponential technologies on our society.
I have lectured at several Italian and foreign universities.
I am director of the Master in Innovation at Rome Business School
In 2010 in Cuba, in front of 300 students from 40 different countries, I represented Italy in an international simulation of a United Nations Congress.