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Ishai Richetti, Milan – Italy / Social Media Manager – Agenda America
Mr. Ishai Richetti studied literature and languages (English and French) in Milan. He has several years of international experience through his work with multinational companies. He is currently involved in a project with CNR (Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche) and MIUR ( Ministry of Education, Universities and Research) for the translation of an ancient text assisted by a computational computer system developed by CNR. He is passionate about politics and tech.
Alessandra Pozzi, Milan – Italy / Culture and Site Manager
Mrs. Alessandra Pozzi is a journalist, press officer, and professor in the faculty of arts and philosophy at the State University of Milan. She teaches art communication in the department of cultural heritage. Her interests are art, design, architecture, museums, books, tourism and non-profit. She focuses on these issues in Europe, the US, Canada, the Middle East, the Gulf area, and China.
Karen Jackson, Washington DC – Usa / Culture
Mrs. Karen Jackson is a freelance writer and the host and producer of “A Long Look,” a podcast that offers listeners a better way to experience art. She has been covering the ways American museums have adapted during the coronavirus pandemic. Follow Karen’s podcast on her website A LONG LOOK.
Pierardo Davini, Rome – Italy / Interviews
Mr. Pierardo Davini is a senior editor for the foreign affairs and social media desks of RAI TG3 news (RAI is Italy’s public broadcasting company). He had previously been a journalist and TV reporter for RAI. He has reported from the US, the Middle East, and war zones around the world.
Claudia Flisi, Washington DC / Interviews
Mrs. Claudia Flisi is a bicultural freelance writer based in Washington DC. Her stories have appeared in the International New York Times, Newsweek, Variety, Fortune, The Economist Intelligence Unit, airline magazines, and many others. She headed the Johns Hopkins alumni association in Milan for a decade, and has been active in SAIS alumni affairs. She has visited more than 100 countries, fallen off horses on six continents, and trained dogs in three languages. More about her at www.paroleanima.com.
Julie Rose Dickman, Washingotn DC / Interviews
Ms. Julie Rose Dickman is a government contractor currently located in Washington DC. She holds an M.A. in Counterterrorism and Homeland Security from Reichman University in Israel, and a B.A. in Political Science from LUISS University in Rome. Her interests focus on Middle Eastern affairs, human rights, security, and Transatlantic relations.
Nathan Greppi, San Donato Milanese – Milan – Italy / Interviews
Mr. Nathan Greppi is a journalist, currently studying cultural heritage at the State University of Milan. He is a contributor for the official magazine of the Jewish community in Milan, besides writing about pop culture for a few online magazines. He writes mostly about Jewish and Israeli issues, politics, cinema, literature, and comics. Currently he is helping the US-Italy Global Affairs Forum, managing the “books” section of the weekly newsletter “Agenda America”.
Antonella Ciancio, Washington DC – Usa / Interviews
Mrs. Antonella Ciancio is a former Reuters correspondent in Italy and currently works as a multimedia independent journalist in Washington DC, covering society, politics, economics, finance and EU-US relations for several American and Italian news organizations, including La Stampa and Il Sole 24 Ore US. She was the first Italian elected to the Board of Governors of the National Press Club, the world’s leading professional organization for journalists. She tweets as @ciancioreporter