I have always been a great fan of languages and communication, curious about interpersonal relationships and everything that could be out there.
That’s how I chose the linguistic high school and a triennial degree in Sciences of Interpreters and Translators and a second degree in Languages for International Communication.
During these years i studied foreign languages such as English, Spanish and French.
I tried to put into practice the theory and rules learned through books thanks to my several stays abroad. The United Kingdom, Ireland and Spain, during the Thesis Research, were real test benches to improve my academic and human skills.
I also like a lot Portuguese – Brazilian language. This linguistic interest came later, after the University when I was already working and I was about to go to RIO for the 2016 Olympic Games.
These experiences are real vital thrusts that have encouraged me to learn concretely how to adapt to new cities, new rules, new organizations, new tastes!
My background came back super useful when, in 2018, I gave up everything to leave with my husband for new projects and a new life. I was catapulted first to Boston for eight months and immediately flew to Honolulu where I have been living for almost two years.