Born in Rome in 1965, she is high school teacher in Art History since 1997. Graduated with honours at Sapienza University of Rome in 1990, with a thesis on "Terragni e il Gruppo Como" supervisor Simonetta Lux (full professor). She has passed all the exams of the School of Specialization in Art History at Sapienza University of Rome. During the years of post-graduate training, she has carried out documentary research and cataloguing for the Historical and Artistic Heritage of Isernia, Campobasso and Chieti, for the National Gallery of Modern Art in Rome (GNAM) and for the Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions in Rome (MATP). She has taught, promoted culture and guided tours for various institutions of Lazio, Campania and Molise, especially on local traditions, on “confraternite” and on eighteenth-century sculpture and architecture. In the same years it also dealt with the digitization on behalf of the Gepin company in Rome. In 1991 she obtained the Postgraduate Diploma in Teaching Fundamentals from "Roma 3" University in Rome. Within the high school, she held various duties, including: head of the art history workshops, Faculty Instrumental and Communication Area Function, subject coordinator, president of the State Exam Commission, member of the Council of the Institute. She published: Casa dell’Arciconfraternita del SS. Crocifisso in S. Marcello a Via in Arcione, in “Studi sul Settecento romano. Roma borghese, case e palazzetti d’affitto”, vol. II, n. 11, 1995, pp. 149-163.
In 2019 she was has been admitted to Dottorato in Storia dell’arte (PhD School and Programme in Art History), to which she is currently enrolled, with a research project on “The role of the public in contemporary art”.