Always interested in the world of the Third Sector, she has graduated in Business Administration with a specialization in Non Profit Companies at the Bocconi University of Milan and then has obtained a Master in Development Management at the London School of Economics and Political Science. To follow his dream of living in Africa, she worked in the world of international cooperation in Rome for an African NGO (AMREF) and then for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (UTL) in Uganda, gaining experience on the field in Brazil, Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania. However, in Uganda she decided to take care of the problems of her own country and leave the world of Cooperation.
In 2010 she returned to Rome, won a doctorate in urban planning at La Sapienza University, wrote a thesis on urban poverty in Rome and made a documentary called “Where is my house?”, aimed at denouncing the heavy crisis in her own city. In 2011 she began working with The CO2 Crisis Opportunity Onlus, of which she became president in 2014.
Graduated in philosophy with a thesis on sign language, she immediately specialized in communication. Giulia studied screenplay in New York and founded The Co2, Crisis Opportunity onlus, an organization engaged in the social communication sector, which organizes training workshops in the audiovisual, musical and theatrical sectors, aimed at students and young people living in disadvantaged social realities. In Brazil, in the favela of Rocinha, with the documentary “Many Eyes and a single story”, in Lebanon, with a group of Lebanese filmmakers, produces “The Palestinians”. In L’Aquila, after the earthquake, she produces “Memory Hunters”: the final product of the course run in L’Aquila by director Gianfranco Rosi with local participants. In 2007, life takes her to Teatro di San Carlo in Naples. She takes care of the archive, then, as head of special projects, she coordinates and organizes “Memus”, the theater’s museum, creating a digital archive available to the public by combining tradition and technology. At San Carlo, as part of the educational projects, she develops “Ten stories just like that”, a show that today has become a long term project: “The stage of Legality”.
Noemi has studied and worked in Italy, Europe and South America. She has graduated in Economics of Cooperative Enterprises and Non-profit Organizations, at Alma Mater in Bologna, Forlì headquarters, and achieved a Masters in non-profit and social innovation at the University of Tor Vergata, with the conviction that the non-profit world was the the only area in which she could work and which could be of interest in her life. She has worked, had fun and learned a lot with a cooperative of audio video and social documentaries (Sunset Soc. Coop) in the sector of RSI Legacoop. She then toured Europe and worked on international projects and partnerships with Tellus Group in England first, thanks to a Leonardo grant, and with Uniser Soc. Coop Soc, in Forlì.
It has been a long time since she left her comfort zone, and she has yet to return there. She has shifted her attention to truth rather than consistency and feeds herself on Argentine tango and true friendships. In a day full of coincidences, she errs in the bag and arrives in Rome at The Co2 Onlus, from where she will not move. The project “L’Italia che Cambia” has also arised and won’t find her unprepared.
She is clinical and community psychologist, passionate about the world of non-profit. She has carried out a Master in Project Management in international cooperation and local development. She had also work experiences as volunteer in Italy, Asia and South America.
Graduated in Philosophy at the University of Siena, she has developed an interest in the Third sector during the last years of study. She has worked in Italian and European non-profit associations and she is completing a Master in Economics, Management and Social Innovation.