In Inspiria, he is an Assistant Professor of economics and entrepreneurship. He has done his Ph.D. in economic efficiency of resource management for sustainable development. The research includes state-of-the-art Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning approaches to predict the use of economic inputs in resource-intensive production. He has peer reviewed publications in various journals and books of international repute. One of his papers is published in an A ranked journal, listed in the Australian Business Deans Council. He has 2 years and 8 months of experience as a social entrepreneur. The development works as a social start up made many headlines in the prominent national and international media. Today, the organization is connected to 7,250 women and over 500 producer groups with several public and private collaborations. He focuses on entrepreneurship development with a strong foundation of economics.