I spent long periods of time in the United States, Germany and Portugal as an exchange student and a Leonardo Da Vinci trainee. In 2006 I graduated from the School for Interpreters and Translators of Trieste and in 2007 I began working for Eurologos Milano, a translation service provider.
My university specialisation is Conference Interpreting for English and Portuguese but I also studied German, French and Modern Greek. Over the past eleven years I have been responsible for the Italian Quality Translation Department at Eurologos Milano, working on multilingual combinations and improving my skills as a translator and reviser.
As I strongly believe in lifelong language learning, in 2010 I decided to reapply for university (Venice) to study for a master's degree (MA) in Language Sciences, with Modern Greek and Language Teaching as my specialisations. I graduated on 8 March 2016.