Marina joins the Moleskine Foundation after almost ten years of experience in consultancy and project management for the cultural sector, developing strategic and business planning, market analysis, feasibility studies, economic and social impact assessment for museums, theatres, festivals, and other cultural institutions. She worked with several strategic consulting companies active in the cultural field, both Italian and international.
From 2016 to 2022, she was project manager and program developer at BASE Milano, one of Europe's largest culture-led urban regeneration projects, in charge of project development, institutional fundraising, and educational programs.
As Strategy Implementation Manager at the Moleskine Foundation, she coordinates the Creativity Pioneers Fund, a funding program that supports organizations that reinforce the critical role of creativity in driving social impact.
She was born in Milan, where she graduated in Cultural Economics and Management from Bocconi University, and holds a Master's in Management of Creative Business Processes from the Copenhagen Business School.
She is passionate about photography, a music lover, and a cello player.