Born in Palermo in 1971, holds an MSc in Economics and the TRIUM MBA jointly issued by NYU Stern, London School of Economics and HEC. Started his professional career in IBM Ireland and UK. Hired by Enel Distribuzione in 1997, the year after joined the Corporate Strategic Planning Dpt. Founded and co-managed the company Corporate Venture Fund, led the business development practice in Russia and Ukraine, coordinated the Planning, Organization & Development HR Team in the Market Division, and more recently the Chairman Office. He is actively involved in research projects at IESE Business School, University of Rome Tor Vergata and in think-tank activities with the Aspen Institute and the German Marshall Fund of United States. From December 2011 he has been appointed as Chief Innovation Officer of Enel Green Power.
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