Born in Trento, she began her studies in Sociology in Trento and she graduated in Germany within a double degree program at the University of Dresden. She continued her studies with a PhD in Contemporary History at the University of Frankfurt and the University of Trento. Always interested in social issues, following her personal experience of “migrant” in the neighboring Germany, where she lived 8 years, she approached to the issue of migration. She worked for 5 years as a street worker in Bolzano dealing with homeless persons - increasingly represented by migrants and refugees - and with victims of trafficking or exploitation of prostitution. Since January 2017, she has worked for the Alexander Langer Foundation, handling a monitoring project along the Brenner border with the group “Antenne Migranti”.