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Natali Eva

Eva holds an MA in International Relations and Conflict Management from the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) and a BA in Political Science from LUISS Guido Carli University in Rome. Originally from Italy, where she spent the first two decades of her life, Eva has always had a passion for travelling and learning about other cultures. After working at the World Bank in Washington, D.C. for a few years to conduct research about poverty reduction strategies in lower-income countries, she moved to the UK to join the boutique consulting firm Oxford Analytica as a Senior Consultant, where she led projects for international clients on a variety of topics, spanning from political risk in Sub-Saharan Africa to labour migration and healthcare accessibility. Being fluent in a number of languages (including Italian, English, Spanish and French) has played a major role in Eva's career and personal life. She firmly believes that learning foreign languages can open the doors to a universe of different cultures and opportunities, ultimately leading to people feeling like citizens of the world and resulting in increased international cooperation. It's never too early to start that journey and helping young Thinkers learn Italian is Eva's latest contribution to that goal.

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