Vanessa GiussaniSales Executive
Economist, with a Master’s degree in Natural Resources and Environmental Economics from University College London – United Kingdom, where she received a scholarship granted by competition in the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC). Her dissertation, “The UK Clean Air Act 1956: An Empirical Investigation”, received a distinction and was published as a work document at the Centre for Social and Economic Research on the Global Environment (GEC 94-20) of the Universidad of East Anglia at the United Kingdom and it is regularly referenced in research activities on the subject.
Vanessa has worked in the public sector in England, both at the Ministry of Defense and at the Executive Unit of Industrial Safety (HSE), dependent of the Department of Labor. Her experience in Latin America (Peru and Bolivia) comes from to the private sector; especially in export textile manufacture, where she worked for over twelve years in the commercial and product development areas (monitoring and assessment). Since 2013, she is member of the commercial division in Libelula.