Alice Marinelli holds a BA in Political Science from LUISS University in Rome, where she was enrolled in a two year’s Master’s Degree programme in International Relations. She was an exchange student at Université de Montréal (Canada) in 2015, and most recently at MGIMO University of International Relations in Moscow for one semester.
Previously, she worked as an intern at the Consulate General of Italy in Guangzhou (China) for the Commercial and Press office, drafting press reviews for the Consul General and managing the databases for the Italian Enterprises based in South China. In 2017, she conducted an internship at the US Embassy in Rome.
At UNU-CRIS, she conducted her research on China-EU relations focusing on food security, and work on other projects under the supervision of Madeleine Hosli and Andrew Dunn, until the end of September 2018.