In 2018 she co-founded Wonderful Education, an innovative EdTEch startup that works on education and innovation. She co-designed and started Future Education Modena in 2019, the first EdTech hub in Italy, of which she is director.
Since 2012 she was a member of the Technical Secretariat and then Executive Director in the Cabinet of the Minister of Education, University and Research, where she has represented the Ministry in several international fora (OECD, UN, G7) and developed and supported several innovation policies, including the national system for evaluating the school system, and where, since 2015 has co-authored the National Digital School Plan, as part of the reform of the education system, supporting its implementation until 2018.
She has worked for four governments and developed open government initiatives for the Department for Structural Funds, the Department for Constitutional Reforms and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and was a member of the first think tank for innovation at the MoE wanted by the Minister Profumo between 2012 and 2013.
Since 2003 she has researching on topics related to Innovation law, with particular reference to the production, management and circulation of intangible and public information assets. She has been a lecturer in Italy on Intellectual Property and Comparative Private Law (University of Bari), Teaching Associate of European Law at Oxford Brookes University (UK) and Fundamental Rights at Lazarski University in Warsaw (PL).