I’m Antonella Moro, Italian teacher to foreigners at Politecnico University, Milan, and journalist.
I’ve worked for Il Sole-24Ore, Italy’s major economic and financial newspaper for many years. I’ve worked for the Italian political section, on the economic news and for the legal column.
Before I’ve worked for the Espresso-Repubblica publishing group, writing for its local newspapers chain and as freelance for national newspapers.
Before Journalism school I graduated from Law school in Milan.
My passion for journalism, which requires Italian language as the primary work tool, went alongside with a strong commitment for teaching Italian to foreigners.
After a postgraduate specialization at Perugia’s University for Foreigners I held various courses at Milan’s Philological Circle. Before I taught intensive Italian language courses at the Finafrica Foundation – Università Bocconi.
Among my experiences abroad, I’ve spent long periods teaching Italian in Addis Abeba and Tunis.
I coordinate a team of graduated Italian mother-tongue teachers.