• Gender
  • Inclusion
  • Innovation
  • Addictions
  • Welfare
  • Employment
  • Community building
  • Participation
  • Migrations
  • School
  • Youth empowerment

Francesca Zamboni

Francesca graduated in Clinical and Community Psychology from Padua University in 2000. After a year of clinical practice in Marseille and an MA in Intercultural Studies, she started working as a consultant for the municipality of Venice’s social services department on migration, cultural mediation, foreign minors, and drug consumption.

In 2003, she founded AltreStrade in Padua, a social cooperative promoting healthcare based on the interactionist approach. After moving to Milan, in 2013, she started to work with Codici on community welfare, national and European planning and the evaluation of social projects.

Between 2018 and 2021, she sat on the Board of Directors. For Codici, she also handled the organisation’s internal development and the cooperative’s welfare. She is mum to Ida and Mia, and she is a founding member of Opendot, a fab lab working on social and disability project design.

Photo ☉☉ Luca Meola