Born in Reggio Calabria in 1974, she graduated from Rome with a degree in Foreign Languages and Literature, then studied journalism in Urbino and practiced in the newsrooms of Tg3, Radio Capital and Repubblica.it. She has written for Enrico Deaglio’s Diario, for Il Venerdì and for D. She is a frequent guest on in-depth television programs such as DiMartedì, Otto e mezzo, Piazzapulita. She occasionally conducts RadioTre’s Prima Pagina press review.
Hired at Radio Capital in the early 2000s, she covered news, foreign and domestic affairs and then moved to Repubblica Tv and in 2011, to Repubblica in the political sector where she was in charge of interviews, investigations and in-depth reports. She witnessed as a parliamentary reporter the end of the Second Republic and followed from the beginning the birth of the 5-Star Movement and its entry into the institutions. She moved to La Stampa in November 2021 and is now its deputy editor.
She has presented events, moderated debates, and done public interviews on politics, economics, the gender gap, violence against women, children and schools, and European institutions. She teaches a course in political journalism at Luiss in Rome.
Her latest book, published by Piemme in 2021, is entitled Che fine hanno fatto i bambini [What Happened to the Kids?]