Fabio Filocamo, LLM '01, President
Fabio Filocamo is a digital and high tech executive and venture capitalist. Founder and Managing Director of Dynamis, a new ventures advisory and investing business, Fabio serves as board member at several high tech companies. Since 2013, innovation columnist and advisory board member at RCS, leading Italian media group and publisher of Corriere della Sera, national top newspaper, for the implementation of its cross-media platform on innovation, knowledge economy, future trends and scenarios. Trained and experienced in both Europe and the USA, over the years he aided, accelerated, and/or invested into a notable number of technology transfer and R&D projects, start-ups and spin-offs, some of which globally successful. Until 2015, Board Member of the leading Italian VC fund and Director of Industrial Research at the Italian Ministry of Science and Technology (managing an overall budget in excess of € 3 billions in five years). Previously, a Director at the Italian Space Agency. Fabio spent his first years working as an advisor, between Italy and Wall Street, focusing on M&A, into the finance and high tech industries. He obtained an LL.M. degree from Harvard Law School, class of 2001, a Ph.D. in International Law & Economics from University of Molise, in collaboration with the Max Planck Institut in Hamburg, and a J.D. from the University of Rome “la Sapienza”.
Maria Grazia Quieti, MPA '79, VP
Maria Grazia is the Dean of Graduate Studies at The American University of Rome. Previously, she served as Executive Director of The U.S.- Italy Fulbright Commission, promoting cultural and academic exchanges between Italy and the United States of America. She had a long career in the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), as Senior Policy Officer, managing projects in education for sustainable food and agriculture development in several countries. Maria Grazia holds a Ph.D. in Social Sciences from Cardiff University, a Master degree in Public Administration from Harvard University and a degree in cultural anthropology (five-year Laurea di Dottore) from the University of Rome, Sapienza.
Paolo Conrad Bercah, MAR '96, VP