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Antonio Martino was an Italian politician, economist and academic. He was Minister of Foreign Affairs and Minister of Defense, and an MP from 1994 to 2018.

Dr. Laura Dryjanska is the Director of the Master of Science in Positive Organizational Psychology at Biola University. Laura has been serving in the Rosemead School of Psychology since 2017. She obtained a PhD in social psychology in 2012 from the Sapienza University of Rome, Italy. She has taught industrial-organizational psychology in Italy, Pol...

Centro Studi Divulga can count on a team of high-level experts dedicated to the analysis of production and consumption dynamics, economic and political trends, social and cultural orientations to help design the action strategies of companies, supply chains, institutions, associations and policy makers. Everything that concerns the life of companie...

Simone is an award-winning producer for SkyNews and Euronews, and contributor for the Italian online magazine Linkiesta. He is a Communications Advisor to EU, and the former head of press at Retake Roma. Simone was honored for his great commitment to the city of Rome by President of the Italian Republic.

As an award – winning, best-selling, author, chef, television personality, and educator, Amy is one of the world’s foremost authorities on culinary culture. She is known for sharing history, culture, and nutrition through global cuisine as well as simplifying recipes for the home cook. Amy is also a food historian, culinary anthropologist and Medit...

Carla Cappiello Golden is a great-granddaughter of Dr. Charles V. Paterno who came to the USA from Castelmezzano, Italy, in 1885. Over 100 years later she is reconstructing her family’s history so that it may be known and enjoyed by others. She lives in South Carolina with her husband, visits New York City periodically, and hopes to travel to Caste...

Professor of analysis and evaluation of technologies at the University of Sassari in Sardinia, Alessio has always devoted himself to the study of industrial districts and the dynamics of development of production systems, innovation technology and internationalization of the reference markets. He wrote over 100 scientific publications over the last...

Antonio Musarra is Associate Professor of Medieval History at Sapienza University of Rome and a Harvard Fellow. He works on maritime and naval history, the history of the Crusades and the Latin East, and Franciscan history. He published several books, the last one is “1492. Diario del Primo Viaggio” (Laterza)

Cathy recently retired from a successful career in media, design, and international training where she worked primarily in high tech and universities. She now focuses on her passions: making art, connecting communities through art initiatives, and traveling to embrace different cultures.