Born in Bozen, I moved to Lecce at the age of 5, where I stayed until I was 18 years old. Always passionate about politics, I attended the bachelor at the University of Bologna, where I studied Political, Social and International sciences with a focus on Middle East. For two years I was the student representative. After graduating, I realized that I was particularly interested in the topic of migration. So I moved to Pisa, where I studied International Studies and Migration Governance. The focus of my master’s degree was on the right of asylum and the external relations of the European Union. In fact, I graduated with a thesis on humanitarian visas as a safe and legal entry channel for migrants.
I got passionate about european projects during the 5-month internship I did in Brussels between October 2017 and February 2018.
I am a very positive and enthusiastic person, who loves to share ideas, trips and experiences.