She was born in Treviso in 1964.
As of 2 April 2019, she is a Director of Snam.
Graduated in sociology with honours.
She has over twenty years of managerial experience in the Alitalia group, holding roles of increasing responsibility, including in operational positions with 3,000-5,000 employees; she also directed the airline Air One from 2012 to 2014, bringing it back into balance.
She has acquired specific expertise in restructuring, mergers, acquisitions and receiverships, and is particularly sensitive to the management of human capital and the many dimensions involved in any corporate change.
She deals with corporate governance, with a specific focus on ESG issues and on the different ways, including the impacts of climate change, of substantiating an approach aimed at sustainable development over time. She follows the B Corp movement and its paradigm of sustainable business, capable of developing profits together with a positive impact on society and the environment. She analyses methodologies and tools to identify and monitor ESG risks in an integrated manner, mapping their evolutionary dynamics and interconnections with other factors capable of triggering their possible impacts, paying particular attention to the environmental dimension, for aspects related to climate change, and to the social dimension, related to inequalities.
She supports gender equality, the development of female talent and merit-based careers, believing in the need for women to be fully integrated into all spheres of society and deservedly present in top positions.
She is in the boards of directors of the ESG European Institute and Fuori Quota, non-profit organizations active respectively on sustainability and women's empowerment and collaborates in ASviS on the Gender Equality goal of the UN 2030 Agenda.
Since 2018 she is Independent Director of Italian Wireless Infrastructures, for which she is also the Chairwomen of the Sustainability Committee and member of the Nomination and Remuneration Committee.