Coordinator of the International Cooperation and Peace activities for the Turin Municipality. Ph.D. in “Local self-government, Public services and Citizenship rights” from the University of Eastern Piedmont, where she discussed a dissertation entitled “Right to adequate Food. International, Constitutional and Local Protection of a ‘new’ Fundamental Right”. Graduated in Law at the University of Salerno in 1995, with a dissertation in International Law on the “Gulf Crisis”, she attained a Specialization in Commercial Law at the University of Naples Federico II, a Master in Public Administration at the University of Turin and she attended an Advanced Training Course on Food Legislation (CAFLA) at the University of Eastern Piedmont. She obtained full admission to the Bar and she qualified to teach Legal-economic disciplines in High Schools. Speaker at national and international conferences and author of national and international scientific publications on Public Law, International Development Cooperation and Right to adequate Food.