Alumni Working Behind the Scenes During the Emergency

Alumni Working Behind the Scenes During the Emergency


One Bocconi grad manages the control room of the Red Cross and another Doctors Without Borders Italy. Another is in charge of a hospital and oner works in the field to coordinate employment and school services in areas that were hit first by the pandemic’s outbreak in Italy. Another manages facilities for the elderly, those most affected by the emergency, and another studies the long-term consequences of everything that is happening at the OECD or the European Commission. While yet another studies what answers to give moment by moment at the Ministry of Health. Ten stories of daily commitment, ten Bocconi alumnae and alumni who have been working head-to-head with the emergency in recent weeks. Here are their stories in English:

by Andrea Celauro
Translated by Jenna Walker

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