Always fascinated by challenges, for many years she has worked abroad, especially with the Orient she loves enormously.
Returning permanently to Italy, at a very young age of 27 she realized that what she most wants was to create a virtuous and successful business reality in the STEM areas, capable of restoring trust and welcoming all those Italian talents – with particular attention to female representation – fleeing abroad for lack of valid opportunities.
She realized her “entrepreneurial dream” becoming shareholder and managing director of I-care, a leading company in Europe for predictive maintenance and reliability engineering.
But she desired more: to promote and support the entrepreneurial spirit of other young talents who, like her, wanted to do business in Italy. This is the reason why in 2012 she founded MIPU, a group of companies specialized in predictive modeling and Data Science.
The path, similar to that of many other business women, was undoubtedly arduous, also due to the difficulty of being recognized as an authoritative interlocutor in a male-dominated sector such as STEM.
The challenge is only at the beginning but the successes of the last few years have amply repaid the sacrifices: at the end of 2016, she won the Gamma Donna Award for Youth and Female entrepreneurs with the specific recognition of “having successfully created an entrepreneurial initiative of open innovation, with a strong international imprint”.