Rocco Walter Ronza is Associate Research Fellow at ISPI for the Africa Programme and Adjunct Professor at the Department of Political Sciences of the Catholic University of Milan and ASERI. He holds a PhD in Sociology and Social Research from the University of Trento. He taught courses and seminars at the Pazmany Peter Catholic University in Budapest and the University of Stellenbosch, where he is a recurrent visiting researcher.
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Oriana Romano coordinates the Programme on the Economics and Governance of Circular Economy in Cities and carries out analytical studies within the OECD Water Governance Programme. Before joining the OECD, she was research assistant and university lecturer in Environmental Economics at the “Centre for International Business and Sustainability” (CIBS), London Metropolitan University, and the Department of Social Science at the University “L’Orientale” in Naples, Italy.
Dilys Roe's work focuses on pro-poor conservation: strategies for linking biodiversity conservation with poverty reduction and social justice. She also works on pro-poor tourism. She previously co-ordinated IIED's Evaluating Eden initiative, a global review of community-based wildlife management.
Francesca Robbiati is ISPI Head of General Services. She holds a Msc in Economics and Management of Government and International Organizations from Bocconi University, Milan. After an internship at the DG for Human Resources at the Italian Ministry for Foreign Affairs, she joined ISPI as Training courses programme manager. From 2005 to 2011 she was head of the ISPI School. From 2012 to 2019 she was Head for Operations and External Relations, in charge of staff management, economic planning and management control, supervision of extraordinary maintnance.
Matteo Rivellini is an experienced manager with a unique expertise in infrastructure, migration, blended finance and development finance in the Western Balkans, Italy and Central Europe. He currently holds the position of Head of Division in charge of lending operations in Slovenia, Croatia and Western Balkans within the European Investment Bank.
Jacopo Resti is a United Nations Fellow, Italian Agency for Cooperation Development.
Alexandria Reid is a Research Analyst in the Organised Crime and Policing team at RUSI. Her research covers a range of topics related to serious and organised crime, including environmental security, illicit trade and related illicit financial flows. She is Project Officer for the Strategic Hub for Organised Crime Research (SHOC) at RUSI, and a Guest Lecturer for the Marjan Centre for the Study of Conflict and the Environment, King’s College London, where she teaches gender and environmental security.