Born in 1992, in Padua (Italy), I am the first of three siblings, and definitely the least sporty. 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 am also the most boring of the three). My father is a pragmatic entrepreneur, while my mother is an idealist 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. I always try to look out for factual truths, refusing any form of demagogy and pondering opinions with data.
In 2018, I completed a two-year master in quantitative economics at the Ca’Foscari Unversity in Venice.
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.