Our team of professionals and researchers has more than 40 years of aggregated experience in developing high quality programs and courses in international exchange programs.
Fabio Corsini, PhD. Fabio is a sociologist researching on cultural industries and intercultural communication. He serves as coordinator of the Communication Program at the Italian campus of an American University, where he also teaches Intercultural Communication and Fashion and the Media. He also collaborates as adjunct professor and researcher at two Italian universities, working on branding communication, media content analysis and media consumption practices. For FAIR he focuses on the relationship between CSR, the media industry and citizenship journalism. He is Fair’s VP.
Luigi D’Amico. A professional with more than twenty years in the industry Events and Entertainment. He has been designing and managing high quality and international events all over Italy engaging thousands of people meeting global leaders. Committed to sustainability, he has recently launched a startup for the responsible Events Industry with an innovative product.
Giulia Filippini, M.a. With a degree in History of Art and a large experience in museology, library and archive sciences and responsible tourism, Giulia is a consultant for sustainable management and the valorisation of Cultural Heritage. She collaborates with FASE SC to manage the Florentine desk of AITR – the Italian Association for Responsible Tourism, and to develop cultural projects. She’s also co-founder and web and social media manager for βway Association.
Ilaria Paradiso. She has been working for the sport business, entertainment and cultural industry for many years designing, managing and developing high level strategic communication projects all around Europe and the world. Partner of Fase, he is developing responsible projects in the sport area.
Nicoletta Peluffo, M.a. Nicoletta was born in Savona, Liguria. She has lived in Florence since 1996 where she attended the Scuola Superiore for Interpreters and Translators. She has a degree from the university of Milan in Foreign Languages and Litterature. In 2001, she earned her Certificate for Teaching Italian to foreigners from the University of Siena. Aside from English, Nicoletta also speaks fluent French and German. She teaches italian Culture, Language and Civilization for several American Universities in Florence. She is member of Fair and PhD Candidate at the IULM University in Milan.
Fabrizio Torrini. Maestro Artigiano, he represents the centenary family tradition in the art of jewelry, guiding its goldsmithery toward innovative and responsible scenarios. An artisan, entrepreneur and a manager: his complex and polyhedral profile, based on a long tradition and history of family business and jewelry industry, is a unique at the global level.
Marco Tortora, PhD. Marco has gained his professional experience in the Marketing and Communications sector for private companies and nonprofit organizations in different industries. He has been working for American and Foreign Universities in Florence delivering courses in international business, management and sustainability. He also designed and developed as Academic Coordinator an International Business Program for two American universities in Italy. He works as consultant in the sustainability and innovation field, and carries out research and socioeconomic analysis for the Italian university. Co-founder member, he is President of FAIR.