Marta is a Consultant and Research project manager with international experience in analysis, evaluation and social impact assessment in the areas of economic development, innovation, culture and the creative industries.
She is interested in studying practices for economic sustainability in cultural and creative organisations, models of cultural-driven economic development in cities, as well as effective practices for fostering networks and collaborations in the creative industries.
Her recent projects include data research for UNESCO Global Report on Diversity of Cultural Expression 2018 and 2022, the evaluation of the UKRI Industrial Challenges Audience of the Future and Creative Industries Clusters Programme, and the evaluation of the Creative Europe funded programme Studiotopia. She recently worked with GOSH Arts at the Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children in London for the development of their visual and performing arts programme.
Prior to joining BOP, Marta worked with BAM! Strategie Culturali, a management consultancy for the creative sector, as well as collaborating with CieloBlu ONLUS, a not for profit organisation supporting neurodiverse people. Marta holds a BA in Literature and Art History from Università degli Studi di Bologna, and a Masters’ in Innovation and Organisation of Culture and the Arts from the Bologna School of Economics and Copenhagen Business School, where her dissertation focused on the economic impact assessments of cultural organisations and their effectiveness in fundraising practices.