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     Date Submitted:12-01-2016
     Last Modified:21-01-2016 (03:40)
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     Current job:Public Affairs Manager
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     Keywordsknowledge of aviation main policies and some space policies too. european studies. eu regulation. international relations. problem solving. consulting. ditigal. telecomunications. Aviation safety. airlines. business models.


    Sex F| Date of birth 20/11/1990| Nationality Italian




    September 2015 - Present

    Public Affairs Manager

    EU Strategy, Rue de la Loi 221 – 1040 Brussels, Belgium

    ▪   Providing services to a variety of clients tailored to their particular needs and demands in the business areas of advocacy, association management and intelligence gathering. Assisting clients through the complex approval process for any European political or legislative proposal. Helping them to shape their positions and to engage with policy-makers, regulators, industry and stakeholders. Providing insight into the mechanics of EU legislative procedures and constant monitoring of the different legislative steps. Elaborating analysis at an early stage of potential political and legislative initiatives of the European Commission as well as possible consequences on clients’ business.

    Business or sectorConsultancy


    March 2015 - August 2015

    Blue Book Trainee at the European Commission

    The European Commission, Directorate-General Mobility and Transport, Aviation Safety Unit (E3)  Rue Jean André de Mot 24, 1040 Brussels, Belgium

    ▪   Participating to the work of the Aviation Safety Unit, taking part to Committees in consultation with airlines, civil aviation authorities, national experts, member states, stakeholders.

    ▪   Coordination with Member States and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) for the preparation of EASA Committee and Air Safety Committee meetings.

    ▪   Working on petitions and CHAP cases concerning aircrafts’ accidents. Supporting the organization of workshops with industries, Member States, ANSP in the framework of the implementation of Regulation 376/2014.

    ▪   Participation with associated services of the Commission (FPI, EEAS, DG MOVE Unit E1)  to a project with China on aviation safety.

    Business or sectorInternational Organisation – Aviation  


    May 2014 - December 2014

    Intern EU-NATO Relations ; Communication Assistant (ICC) for EU-NATO and Northern Europe

    Boeing International Corporation, Boulevard de la Woluwe 2, 1150 Brussels, Belgium

    ▪   Assisting the Director and the President of EU – NATO Relations. Monitoring institutional debates and policy initiatives at EU and NATO level. Supporting the definition of advocacy initiatives to foster the company business objectives within the EU regulatory framework.

    ▪   Conducting research and intelligence gathering on policy issues of relevance to the Company, as aviation growth, air traffic management, passengers’ rights, noise etc.

    ▪   Participating at Conferences and relevant meetings representing BI (Boeing International) position on European policies and relevant issues. Writing reports, drafts, policy analyses and briefing superiors on key issues addressed at meetings.

    ▪   Providing support for office-related tasks and the organization of Boeing events involving EU and aviation industry stakeholders.

    ▪   Developing marketing strategic plans and event calendars to increase Boeing`s brand awareness in EMEA markets.

    ▪   Organising Boeing-related and sponsoring events such as reception with international institutions and aviation industry organisations.

    ▪   Online communication: Writing internal news casts and blog posts.

    Business or sectorInternational Company


    September 2012 – August 2013







    Project Trainee

    Europe Direct – Punto Europa , Piazzale Solieri 1, Forli (FC), Italy

    ▪   Teaching issues related to the European Union context, as EU history, EU institutions, EU environmental policy, mobility opportunities in the EU, Human Rights Promotion in the EU and European citizenship, at primary, middle and high schools’ students. The aim of the project is to make Italian students more aware of European citizenship and EU policies.

    Business or sectorEuropean Union Information Centre





    09/2012 –12/2014

    Master of International Relations and Diplomatic Affairs, European Studies (two-year MA)

    Level 7 EQF

    University of Bologna - Faculty of Political Science ‘Roberto Ruffilli’ , Forli (FC)

    ▪   History of European integration, EU pension’s policies, EU immigration law, Spanish, advanced international economics, international politics, governance and policies of EU, EU economics, post-socialist transition and EU enlargement eastwards.

    Master thesis:  The EU sanctions against Russia: Legal Bases and their Effectiveness

    Final Grade: 110/110 cum laude


    07/2013 –12/ 2013

    Exchange Programme / Overseas

    Level 7 EQF

    Monash University - Faculty of Arts,  Melbourne, Australia

    ▪   Spanish II (B2); Global Challenge; Leaders, publics and power: Australian politics in an age of leadership centrality.


    09/2009 – 07/ 2012

    Bachelor’s Degree of International Relations and Diplomatic Affairs

    Level 6 EQF

    University of Bologna - Faculty of Political Science ‘Roberto Ruffilli’ , Forli (FC)

    ▪   International Relations, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, International Economics, History of International Relations, International Law, Public Comparative law, English, French, Political Doctrines, Statistics, Public law, Contemporary History, Sociology, Political Science

    Final Grade: 110/110


    01/2012 –06/ 2012







    LLP Erasmus Programme


    Level 6 EQF

    Vilnius University – Faculty of International Relations and Political Science, Vilnius, Lithuania

    ▪   International competition law, transitional justice, Lithuanian, Eastern and Central Europe: regional integration, deconstructing soviet system.





    Mother tongue(s)


    Other language(s)

    English, French, Spanish, Portuguese

    Communication skills

    ▪   Excellent ability in tailoring the language to the audience, in getting the message across, in listening effectively, in concisely and appropriately presenting ideas, as well as in writing clearly reports and drafts.

    Organisational / managerial skills

    ▪   Well organized and focused both in a team-work context and alone, knowing how to be flexible while meeting deadlines. Successful in managing time, in scheduling the work and in coordinating resources, as well as in solving problems.

    Digital Skills

    ▪   good command of office package (Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint)

    ▪   good command of managing websites

    ▪   good command of photo editing software gained as an amateur photographer

    Driving licence


    Other information



    Additional information and references can be provided upon request.















    ▪   Romania's travail with corruption and accession to the EU

    ▪   STABEX impact on ACP countries

    ▪   The mediterranean enlargement of the EU - the case of Greece

    ▪   The EU sanctions against Russia: Legal Bases and their Effectiveness





    ▪   Academic Conferences on US election campaign – New York University

    ▪   International law of armed conflicts and peace keeping operations– University of Bologna                 (course with diploma)   

    ▪   Global Development Education Seminar – UNICEF (course with diploma)

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