Saturday, May 27th 2023
Would you like to meet professionals who are pursuing international careers and find out how they managed to achieve their career goals?
On the closing day of the Hikma Summit of International Relations, Hikma offers you the opportunity to get in touch with professionals from various international fields.
You will be able to interact with them, answering all your questions about their careers and fields of work, as well as have the opportunity to network around you.
When and where is it taking place?
The event will take place in the afternoon of May 27th
only online, closing the fourth edition of the Hikma Summit of International Relations.
Roberta Bosu is co-founder of OpportuniSid and currently Global Sustainability Communication Manager in Amsterdam at Avery Dennison Smartrac. She currently works part time as European Climate Pact Ambassador at the European Commission where she supports actions taken against climate change by various communities.
Elisabetta Gatti is co-founder and Vice-President of OpportuniSid. After working as EU Communications Officer at the Europe Direct Contact Centre, and as European Government Affairs Policy Coordinator at Microsoft, she is currently Policy Analyst at Johnson&Johnson in Brussels.
Diego Solinas was born in Rome in 1986. He obtained his Master's degree in International Relations at the University of Roma Tre in 2011 with a thesis on the phenomenon of 'Cohabitation' in the political system of the French Fifth Republic.
In 2013 he entered the diplomatic career. He worked at the Farnesina for 2 years as Deputy Chief Secretary to the Director General for Italians Abroad and Migration Policies. In January 2016 he took up a position at the Italian Embassy in Asmara (Eritrea) as First Secretary and Deputy Head of Mission. Since January 2019 he has instead held the position of Consul at the Consulate General of Italy in London.
Alessandra is Project Manager of Debating Europe. She has an international multidisciplinary background with a focus on EU aﬀairs, holding a joint Master’s degree in European studies at the University of Bath and Sciences Po Paris. She has solid and successful experience in project management, business development and communication, having worked for the European Commission, as well as European and American not-for-profit organisations in Brussels and Berlin. She believes in the power of network, community, constructive criticism and cooperation. Alessandra speaks Italian, English and French fluently.