Roberta Venditto has a bachelor’s degree in Cultural Heritage Sciences at University of Molise (supervisor Prof. Alessio Monciatti) with a thesis entitled: "An English alabaster in the kingdom of Naples: the case of the polyptych of the Archaeological Museum of Venafro" . At the same university she also obtained a master’s degree with honors in 2010 with a thesis on central Italian figurative culture entitled "From central Italy to Naples: artistic paths between the 13th and 14th centuries". After a period of post-graduate training abroad (University of Augsburg, Germany), she was the winner of a competition for the realization of a digital enhancement and use project of the archaeological area of Sepino-Altilia. Member of the editorial board of a scientific and cultural publication in Molise, she collaborates with some associations for the promotion of the territory. In 2020 she collaborated with the Superintendence of Archeology, Fine Arts and Landscape of Molise to update the ICCD catalog cards and since January of the same year she has been subject expert at the faculty of Medieval Art History at the University of Molise. She participates in the XXXVII PhD cycle of the Sapienza University of Rome with a project of census and study of the altars in English alabaster, produced between the fourteenth and sixteenth centuries, present in Italy.