Marta’s background combines a strong humanistic approach with business innovation and strategy for the culture and creative industries. Her interests lie on inclusive cultural projects, audience development, museums and digital innovation.
Marta’s recent projects include carrying out demographic and spatial analysis of British Council’s UK programmes and partners; a study for UNESCO providing quantitative evidence and data on a major report looking at the progress made on promoting the Diversity of Cultural Expression around the world via the 2005 Convention; and data analysis of surveys of grantees across both the Catalyst and Catalyst:Evolve major arts fundraising programmes for Arts Council England.
Prior to joining BOP, Marta worked with BAM! Strategie Culturali, a consultancy company specialised in cultural management, as well as collaborating with CieloBlu ONLUS, a not for profit organisation assisting people with disabilities.
Marta holds a BA in Literature and Art History from Università degli studi di Bologna, as well as a MSc 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.