Born in Rome in 1993. In December 2016 she graduated in Classics at Sapienza University of Rome with a thesis in Medieval History entitled “Teodora, Teodolinda, Marozia: women and power in the early Middle Ages in the testimonies of contemporaries” (supervisor Professor Eleonora Plebani).
In September 2018 she obtained a master’s degree in Religious studies at Sapienza University of Rome with a thesis in History of Christianity entitled “From meretrix to emblem of redemption: women, ascetics, saints in the Christian tradition of Late Antiquity” (supervisor Professor Emanuela Prinzivalli, co-supervisor Professor Alberto Camplani).
During her university studies she spent five months at Université Panthéon-Sorbonne in Paris and two months at Université de Strasbourg. In 2019, she did a postgraduate internship at Brepols Publisher in Turnhout.
On 1st October 2019, she started the postgraduate program at Fscire.