Independent researcher, lecturer, trainer and ethical consultant for various companies, foundations, ONGs, associations and public administrations.
Her curriculum features academic and professional experiences at an international level. She has a PhD in General and Clinical Psychology and she is specialized in cognitive processes and ecological systems. She focuses on data ethics and gender data, as well as on cognitive processes and open knowledge’s role (open publications, open education, open data) in defining the perimeter of public ethics and in the right to the city, especially in the ecosystem of smart cities.
In her activity as a consultant, however, she mainly focuses on designing effective and inclusive processes to reduce inequalities and improve public and social communication.