University, Luiss delegation meets Mattarella

The main social mobility projects on which the University has been “strongly engaged for some time” presented to the Head of State

A delegation of the Luiss University Guido Carli, led by the President Vincenzo Boccia, by the Vice-President Paola Severino, by the Rector Andrea Prencipe and by the General Manager Giovanni Lo Storto, was received today at Quirinal from the President of the Republic Sergio Mattarella. The Athenaeum reports that the meeting was an opportunity to present the main projects to the Head of State social mobility on which the University has been strongly committed for some time.

Indeed, in his brief introduction, the President of Luiss, Vincenzo Boccia, described 42 Roma Luiss, the revolutionary coding school that trains professionals for the digital transition of companies and the Public Administration. Afterwards, Dr. Emma Marcegaglia, president of Luiss Alumni for Growth (LA4G), illustrated the activities of this investor club, made up of over 100 University graduates, which supports technological startups with the aim of generating value to be allocated to scholarships for students from difficult areas and social backgrounds.

At the conclusion of the meeting, two spokesmen spoke: Martina Basile, a student of 42 Roma Luiss, who recounted her experience in the innovative school for digital entrepreneurs launched in Rome and subsequently in Florence; Alumnus Andrea Carmignani instead retraced the growth of Keyless, a new generation biometric authentication startup, which he co-founded in 2019.

Since its foundation, the Luiss University remembers that it has played a central role in the world of education, contributing to the training of professionals, managers, women and men of institutions with the aim of promoting the cultural and socio-economic growth of the country. Lastly, this mission, underlines Luiss, has also been accompanied by a strong focus on issues of social mobility, through a growing investment in scholarships and inclusion programs for deserving and talented students. A vision valued and shared by the network of over 50,000 Alumni: pursuing economic development, always having a clear social purpose.