Viviana is responsible for providing regulatory and strategic advice to a wide range of clients in the UK and the EU on policy issues related to food and nutrition policy, public health and digital policy. She is also responsible for assessing the implications of the UK departure from the EU for clients, helping them navigate the uncertainty surrounding Brexit, including opportunities to counter balance legislation that is disproportionate, affects industry and consumers.
Viviana has an in-depth knowledge of EU politics and policies, having held positions in Brussels and London, advising clients on how to shape and influence European and national policies. Prior to joining the Whitehouse team, Viviana worked for a global communications agency and was a consultant for the European Institutions (European Commission, European Parliament, decentralised agencies), contributing in particular to the impact assessment and evaluation of EU policies in the areas of agri-food, copyright, creative industries and industrial competitiveness.
Viviana holds a Masters in European Public Policy from King’s College London and a Bachelors from the University of Milan and the University Jean Moulin in Lyon, France. Viviana is fluent in Italian, English and French, has an intermediate knowledge of Spanish and a basic knowledge of Portuguese. An avid traveller, in her spare time Viviana enjoys going to the theatre and life drawing.