Alessandra Caldini works as an Administrative assistant at the Florence School of Regulation and the Loyola de Palacio Chair.
It’s not her first experience in a multinational institution as she worked in 2003 in the European UNICEF Research Centre as assistant in charge of organizing events. Since 2008 she worked for a cultural and educational review, Il Nuovo Rinascimento as editor and translator. Moreover, in 2011 she did one of the most interesting work in her life. She was editor and translator for all the panels of Senzatomica, an exhibition for nuclear abolition, held in Florence in Spring 2011. As part of a multinational team, Alessandra was responsible of revising all the materials concerning the exhibition, working in close contact with the Scientific Committee. She joined the Florence School of Regulation in March 2012.
She holds a degree in Foreign and Modern Languages and Literatures from the University of Florence. She speaks Italian, English and German.