A committed researcher and development professional, with an advanced interdisciplinary academic background and good analytical and communication skills.
Area of expertise: gender, urban studies, migration, public communication and campaigns relevant to human development.
I'm a Phd Student in Estudios Latinoamericanos for the Universidad Nacional Autonoma de México, UNAM in México City, working on a project about urban social movements and gender. Before I have been a granted student for the Erasmus Mundus Gemma, Master in Gender and Women studies, for the University of Granada, Poland and Buenos Aires. I have a Master in Semiotics Science at the Università di Bologna and at Université de Paris VIII, and a degree in Philosophy obtained at Università di Padova. This experience contributes to my analytical skills to communicate, written or oral, in different idiolects: I speak fluent English, French, Spanish, and of course, Italian.
I've been an assistant professor in many of these Universities, and I taught a Diplomat in International Journalism at the Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City. I also have done different workshops in International Journalism for the Museo de Memoria y Tolerancia, Mexico.
I've worked as a researcher while developing projects in international cooperation, collaborating with ARFE as a consultor mainly in Latin America. I also collaborated with UNICEF as an international consultant in a project about legislative process, as well as organizational capabilities to identifying and analyzing policy proposals about migrations.
I have been collaborating with influential Italian newspapers such as La Repubblica, Il Venerdí, L'Unità, Alfabeta, and with Mexican newspapers such as Milenio, Gatopardo, Vice, among others.
My analytical and organizational skills, particular expertise, networking and publications will help me develop a series of compelling and innovative strategies that will serve for my future jobs.