Mayor Guerra presents the new council

Lorenzo Lavagetto Deputy Mayor with responsibility for culture, Gianluca Borghi for environmental sustainability, Marco Bosi reconfirmed for sport and responsible for the budget, Ettore Brianti for social and health policies, Francesco De Vanna for public works and legality, Daria Jacopozzi for participation, Chiara Vernizzi in Urbanism, Beatrice Aimi in Youth Policy, Caterina Bonetti in Educational Services and Digital Transition.

These are the nine councilors of the council of Michele Guerra, officially presented this morning in the performance hall of the City of Parma in Piazza Garibaldi.

“It is a council ready to give a safe government to the city and to address the most urgent issues from today – says the mayor, Michele Guerra. These two weeks we have taken the opportunity to build a team that can work harmoniously and profitably over the next few years, in constant communication with the city. We are called at a complex historical moment like this to ensure in Parma the implementation of a program that arises from a strong and united coalition. We get to work ”.

Lorenzo Lavagetto – Deputy Mayor with delegations in Culture, Tourism, Branches,

Staff, European projects, Animal welfare, TSO.

He obtained the title of classical baccalaureate and graduated in Law with honors, with a thesis in Constitutional Law. Lawyer, since 2002 he has been a member of the Parma Bar Association. He attended numerous preparation courses, in particular in 2007/2008 the Master in Tax Law “Berliri” at the University of Bologna. Between 2013 and 2017 he was municipal secretary of the PD and held the position of group leader in the City of Parma in the term 2017 – 2022.

Beatrice Aimi – Councilor for the Youth Community, with delegations to the Youth Community, Youth Policies, the Youth Welfare Observatory, Interculture and Intergenerationality, TSO.

Head of school at the Integral Institute of Sorbolo, after the scientific baccalaureate, he graduated with honors in Biological Sciences in 1989. He obtained two research doctorates (one of which is specific to teaching), one second-level master’s degree in school management, and a University Research Fellowship in Educational and Developmental Psychology. She is the author of numerous publications in national and international journals and has been a speaker at numerous conferences and teacher training courses. She is an expert in learning and teaching processes. She was the winner of a specific research grant at the University of Parma, related to educational neuroscience, through which she enhanced her biological skills (undergraduate and first doctoral training) by aligning them with the pedagogical and didactic skills acquired. throughout his career.

Caterina Bonetti – Councilor for Educational Services and Digital Transition, responsible for Educational Services and Digital Transition, Vocational Training, Library System, Rights and Equal Opportunities, Cemetery Services, Relations with the Third Sector, TSO.

He attended the classical baccalaureate, then graduated in Literature. She holds a PhD in Italian Studies and Romance Philology from the University of Parma, becoming a scholar of the subject in Italian literature. Journalist since 2020, he has dealt with communication, social responsibility projects, issues related to culture and has publications and articles to his credit. Author of short stories, she has created ways to encourage reading. She held the position of District Councilor for Pablo and Provincial Councilor for the Province of Parma during the 2009/2014 term. He is president of the municipal assembly of the PD of Parma and member of the regional and national bodies of the PD. City Councilor of Parma City Council from 2018 to 2022.

Gianluca Borghi – Councilor for Environmental Sustainability, Energy and Mobility, responsible for Environmental and Energy Sustainability, Mobility, Waste Management, Carbon Neutral City, Water Safety and Water Resources Management, Urban Decoration, Mining Activities, Agricultural Policies, Abuses, TSO.

Programmer. In 1986 co-founder of the Italian Greens, from 1995 to 2005 he was Minister of Social Policies, Immigration and International Cooperation of the Region of Emilia-Romagna in Giunte Bersani, La Forgia and Errani, in which he promoted, among others, provisions. and laws on the reorganization of Social Services, Non-Self-Sufficiency, Disabilities, Associations, Volunteering, Third Sector Social Cooperation, Civil Service, International Cooperation, Children’s Centers, Prisons and Drug Addictions. Former member of the Board of Directors of Reggio Children and the Board of Iren Ambiente, he held the position of Sole Director of ASP Bologna from 2014 to 2019. From 2020 until today he is the Sole Director of ASP Parma. Since 2010 he has been active in International Cooperation projects, first in the Balkans and Africa and currently in Lebanon and Syria. He is a volunteer support administrator for people with disabilities.

Marco Bosi – Councilor for Budgets and Sports, with Budgetary Competences, Sports, UNESCO Creative City, Demographic and Electoral Services, Contracts and Tenders, Taxes, Heritage, Statistics, Finance,

Advocacy, TSO

He held the position of Deputy Mayor of the municipality of Parma from 2017 to 2022 with delegations in Sports, Personnel, Contracts and Competitions, Heritage, Multifunctional Accountants, Statistics, Demographic and Electoral Services, Protocol and Archives and Finance. Previously, she was the majority parent, from 2012 to 2017, and a member of the Parma City Council, of the fourth commission of “Heritage, Heritage Investments, Interventions in the economic and fiscal and budgetary field” and of the seventh Guarantee ”. and Control ”. He obtained a master’s degree in “Economics and International Business” from the University of Parma with a thesis on alternative and complementary tools for measuring GDP for well-being. During and after his studies he worked for some consulting companies. Since 2014 it has been registered in the register of qualified financial advisers for door-to-door sales.

Ettore Brianti – Councilor for Social Policies, responsible for social policies, housing emergency, community welfare, fight against poverty and fragility, health policies, TSO.

Director of Health at the University Hospital of Parma since 2018, he graduated in Medicine and Surgery from the University of Parma. He specialized in Allergy and Immunology and Internal Medicine. Doctor in Ausl in 1988, in 2000 he took over the management of the Taro and Ceno Valley District. In 2008 he was appointed medical director of the Parma Local Health Authority. Coordinator of the Vast Area Emilia Nord (AVEN) of the directors of the departments of public health from 2010 to 2012, and during the following 3 years, coordinator of the AVEN of the directors of the department of mental health. He has been a professor and collaborates with the School of Specialization in Hygiene and Medicine of the University of Parma. From 2017 to 2019 he was a member of the Technical Support Committee of the “Control Room for Health and Social Policies” of the Emilia-Romagna Region. In 2020 he held the position of Deputy Commissioner in charge of the general management of the local health unit in Parma.

Francesco De Vanna – Councilor for Public Works and Legality, with delegations to Public Works and Legality, Citizen Security, Integration, Labor Policies, Maintenance, Public Greenery, Seismic Security, Protocol and Archives, TSO.

He is an adjunct professor of “Law Teaching” at the University of Parma. He has a master’s degree in law from the University of Parma and a doctorate in legal sciences from the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia. In 2014 he did a research stay at the University of Edinburgh, and in May 2015 he obtained a degree to practice as a lawyer at the Bologna Court of Appeal. He is Professor of “Philosophy of Law” and “Legal Informatics” of the Department of Law, Political and International Studies of the University of Parma, and of “Theory of Normative Argumentation” and “Theory and Practice of Human Rights” of the Department of Law at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, where he was a researcher, collaborating with the CRID – Interdepartmental Research Center on Discrimination and Vulnerability. He is a member of the editorial board of the “Journal of Philosophy of Law” and the Bioethics Committee of the University of Parma. He has several national and international publications to his credit.

Daria Jacopozzi – Councilor for Participation, Associations, Neighborhoods, with Representatives of Participation, Associations, Neighborhoods, Religious Communities, Toponymy, International Cooperation, Peace, TSO.

Born in Parma, she has a degree in Pedagogy from the University of Parma and a Master’s in Religious Sciences from the ISSR in Milan (1990). She was a teacher of Catholic Religion from 1983/84 to 1992/93 at the Liceo Classico and Secondary School attached to the Convitto Maria Luigia and, from 1993 to the present, at the Liceo Clásico, European and Scientific attached to the Convitto Maria Luigia in Parma. He was responsible, from 1995 to 2005, for the cultural movement New Humanity for Emilia-Romagna, of which he was an active member of the foundation and start-up of Kuminda – Food for All Association. Promoter since 2011 of the “March 19 Group”, active in issues of Civil Economy and Communion in Parma, from 2017 to 2022 was mayor of Parma, elected to the list of the Democratic Party. He is a member of the Council of Social Pastoral, Environment and Work of the Diocese of Parma.

Chiara Vernizzi – Councilor for Urban Regeneration responsible for Urban Regeneration, Urbanism, Economic Activities and Trade Planning, Private Construction, TSO.

After graduating from the Liceo Classico GD Romagnosi (1986), he enrolled at the Faculty of Architecture of the Politecnico di Milano where he graduated in Architecture in 1991; Doctor in Design and Topography of the Heritage of the Building (1999, Polytechnic University of Ancona), is currently Professor of Design of the Department of Engineering and Architecture of the University of Parma, where he develops teaching activities in the degrees of the ‘ Architecture and Civil Engineering on the issues of prospecting and representation of architecture and the city. He has developed his scientific research in the fields of architectural and urban design and survey, with special reference to methods and tools for the representation of architectures and urban contexts, as well as the graphic, modern and contemporary representation of urban design. and architectural, with special reference to the BIM process applied to buildings. He has over 120 publications to his credit. She currently holds the following positions at the University of Parma: Delegate of the Rectorate of Guidance; Deputy Coordinator of the University of Parma Working Group; Vice President of the Master in Architecture and Sustainable Cities; Coordinator of the Architecture Unit of the Department of Engineering and Architecture.

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