Graduated in Cultural Heritage from the University of Pisa, she continued her academic education by attending the Master course in “Organisation and Management of Artistic and Cultural Events” at Palazzo Spinelli in Florence. There she also earned a certificate from the Regional Authorities of Tuscany qualifying her professionally as trained operator for the promotion of cultural heritage within organisations and the territory.
Her work experience includes the secretarial and sales assistant position covered in the organisation managing the IVth edition of the Salone dell’Arte e del Restauro, held in Florence in 2014. In 2015 and 2016 she worked within the framework of the VIth and VIIth editions of the Premio Combat, an international contemporary art prize in Livorno. Furthermore, she organised various events aimed at engaging a wider audience with the cultural and artistic heritage of her own town, Livorno. These include the craftsmanship exhibition “Maestria 2015” and “Amici in bici”, the biking tours across historic sites housing artworks that are sponsored annually, since 2015, by the Associazione Amici dei Musei e dei Monumenti Livornesi.
Since 2016 she has collaborated at the organising secretariat of the Florence Biennale.