After graduating from High School in Rome (Liceo classico Torquato Tasso), I was interested in both culture and law, so I studied two subjects at the same time: drama and law.
I studied acting in Rome and in Paris and I graduated in Law with the highest score (110/110 cum laude) from the University La Sapienza of Rome. My final thesis was about Italy's special autonomous museums, established by the Francheschini reform.
After graduating, I started an internship at the Central Bank of Italy, at the Technical Secretariat of the Financial Arbitrator.
Right now, I am a PhD student in "Analysis and Management of Cultural Heritage", at the IMT. My research project is entitled "State museums: a comparative study between the French and Italian systems in a changing regulatory framework".