Consorzio dei Comuni della Provincia di Bolzano
With a degree in Environmental Biology, I have worked for over 15 years in the international development cooperation sector in projects for environmental protection and systemic management of endangered natural areas. My main goal in any project in which I have participated has always been to use the data collected in the only (for me) useful and smart way. That is, draw practical and concrete information that would allow any “system” to be effectively managed and monitored. I dedicated myself to research and data collection activities in the field, development of relational databases, creation of decision support systems, software development and teaching/training of many stakeholders who could then continue and effectively replicate the various management approaches implemented. Thus, making the projects self-sustainable. My education as a biologist also enabled me to translate the “scientific mindset” so that more technical/managerial members, such as policymakers, for example, could concretely understand the results obtained and use them as a robust and solid basis for their final decisions. I have worked in many countries around the world, and this has allowed me to relate with so many different characters, but especially in regard to this I have realized my ability to work with the most diverse types of people and in the most diverse situations possible. I am curious beyond measure; for me, the most important thing is to understand the “working mechanism” of what I am dedicated to. Regardless of the topic or field. I am also sometimes a bit “lunatic”, but very logical. I like to work together with a wide range of professionality and personalities, and I consider myself a good communicator. Furthermore, I am passionate about so many things, for sure too many, engineering, mechanics, computer science, photography, new technologies in general, but above all there is in me an absolute love for the nature that surrounds us. A source of calm as well as deep inspiration.