I was born in Italy but spent a significant part of my childhood and adolescence in Grenoble, France. My educational journey took me back to Italy, where I studied and obtained my Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Modern Languages for International Communication and Cooperation with honors from Roma Tre University. I specialized in French and Arabic, and I was fortunate to receive a scholarship to further my studies in linguistic translation at the Université de Lausanne in Switzerland.
During my time in Grenoble, I had the opportunity to work on subtitling numerous short films from Italian to French for “Les rencontres du cinéma Italien à Grenoble et en Isère,” organized by the Dolce Cinema Association. Additionally, I gained valuable experience teaching Italian and English to French-speaking students at the European Space Agency’s childcare division (ESA-ESRIN).
Prior to joining Benedetto XV International School, I taught English language at ITAP Europa Unita for two years. Currently, I have the pleasure of teaching Italian and French to Middle School students, as well as Geography in Year 4 and Italian in Year 6. I am excited to contribute to the vibrant educational environment at Benedetto XV and help students thrive in their language and cultural studies.