Born in 1992, in Padua (Italy), I am the first of three siblings, and definitely the least sporty. In 2018, I completed a two-year master in quantitative economics at the Ca’Foscari Unversity in Venice. While as a child I spent my days reading fantasy books, I am now losing my eyesight on the Financial Times and the Economist (hence I also am the most boring of the three siblings). My father is a pragmatic entrepreneur, while my mother is an idealist employee working for an advertising firm. I believe that their two different narratives of the world have allowed me to build independent thinking, and to be hardly influenced by easy rhetoric. More certainty would have surely helped to feel less insecure in my childhood, but I am satisfied with the character I have built on my own, independent way. I am now used to always look for factual truth, refusing any form of demagogy.
University and family-help have allowed me to travel a lot in life: in addition to Padua, I have lived in London, Venice, Melbourne, Brussels, Santiago de Chile and Cardiff.