Graduated in “Archaeology – Conservation of Cultural Heritage”, during her studies she took part in the archaelogical excavations in Abruzzo organized by the University of L’Aquila. After that, she worked, for a few years, in the field of Marketing and Customer Service.

In 2014 she had a Master’s degree in “Integrated Technologies for Cultural Heritage”, at Palazzo Spinelli in Florence. In 2015 she also achieved the certification of “Qualified Technician in the promotion of Cultural Heritage for business and the territory” promoted from the Tuscany Region.

She has been collaborating with the Florence Biennale since 2015 and since 2018 she has been part of the Organizing Secretariat.