Museologist and art historian, she worked with the Ordine Mauriziano Foundation to provide educational services and implement activities for the promotion of the Palazzina di Caccia of Stupinigi (Turin).
In 2014, she became a Museum Studies teacher at the Master’s Program in European Museology held by IULM University (Milan).
She creates educational workshops for public (e.g. schools) and private instutions.
She also manages the communication and public relations of some local and national organisations.
She has been in charge of the educational services provided by the Castle of Racconigi until 2012. In 2000, she started working with some associations dealing with cultural promotion (Cast, Ass. ABC, Artemista) and also founded some of her own, in which theatrical and storytelling expressiveness is used in order to promote cultural heritage. Her project concerning the library of the castle’s park (which, in 2010, was awarded the Best Italian Park prize) received the Biblio Award from Umberto Eco. She worked for the Fondaco Foundation of Bra as a communication expert and an exhibition designer.
The experience acquired over the years has led to the implementation of a number of cultural projects she has been working on for a few years now, among which are the virtual project “Salone del Lutto” and the art history storytelling project named “Le incredibili storie-storytelling”.