Born in 1988 in Verona, in northern Italy, after an MA in Economics at Bocconi University in Milan and a Master's Degree in International Relations at Sciences Po in Paris, Anna takes part in various development projects in India and in Haiti. Always a strong believer in the creation of new opportunities, especially on her territory, when she comes back home in 2013 she decides to start a new and local project, founding the social enterprise Quid. Nowadays, Quid employs 150 people (mostly women) from 16 countries, many coming from disadvantaged or fragile pasts, recovering high-quality surplus fabrics from Italian partner companies. These fabrics are then transformed by Quid collaborators into limited-edition clothing items and accessories for the ethical fashion brand Progetto Quid, ensuring a more accessible sustainable fashion while still exclusive design-wise; the clothing collections can then be purchased on Progetto Quid’s e-shop, in its 9 stores throughout Italy or in more than one hundred multibrand shops in Italy and abroad. Moreover, with its “Progetto Quid for” declination, the cooperative has also started many collaborations with important brands, creating ethical lines of fashion and home accessories distributed with a double label, shaping an awareness of themes such as environmental sustainability and social responsibility. This entrepreneurial idea earned Anna and Quid Social Enterprise the recognition of prestigious national and international awards, such as European Social Innovation Competition (2014), European Civil Society Prize (2017), Lighthouse Activity in the “Women for Results” category of Momentum for Change, awarded by the United Nations – UNFCCC (2017).