After the BA in Philosophy at the University of Bologna, she refined her academic career with a degree in Diritto dei beni culturali at the University of Bologna and afterwards in Gestione museale at Luiss Business School of Rome.
From 1999 to 2002 she works for Galleria d’Arte Moderna in Bologna, at the beginning dealing with the organization of exhibitions and then with communication and press office. From 2002 to 2005 she is communications manager for Mar in Ravenna, following the project on visual identity and the exhibitions communications; from 2005 to 2008 she works as editor for Damiani in Bologna, curating the development of the editorial catalogue. Since 2009 she is the curator of activities at Metronom, both for autonomous projects and collaborations, promoting contemporary artistic researches with a particular attention to younger authors an new generations. With Metronom, in 2013, she launched the project Generazione critica, an annual convention on art critique, while in 2015 the project LIVEstudio, an artist residency.
Along with the activity of Metronom, che collaborates with many public and private institutions, for projects of visual literarcy.