I have always been passionate about the importance of non-traditional and laboratorial education. Being able to offer the opportunity to young people, like me, to develop their talents and discover their future as entrepreneurs, gives me great satisfaction. I firmly believe that entrepreneurial action designed to create impact on others can create a better world.
Who I am
Graduated in social work, I passed to what my colleagues call the Dark Side of the Force: business!
After a year of learning many new things about innovation and startups, I was introduced to Enactus and I was able to rekindle my passion for social impact in entrepreneurship.
I deal full-time Clab Trento (courses organization, space management, relations with students, institutions and student associations) and in my free time I dedicate myself to cultural and local projects.
What I learned from CLab
- The university forms us as individuals, but we must not forget the importance of the ability to work in teams to achieve a common goal.
- Getting out of your comfort zone puts you in trouble, but with the right guides and thrusts, you can pull out the best of you.
- We cannot and should not all be entrepreneurs, but we must take the best out of them: spirit of action, problem solving skills, critical thinking.
I think that I could not find a better environment where to grow, learn, improve myself and, at the same time, enhance my skills.