Alessia Maria Mosca

Alessia Maria Mosca
  • Member of Parliament
    Italian Chamber of Deputies

Alessia Maria Mosca, a member of the Italy's Democratic Party, was elected to Parliament in 2008. As a legislator, she focuses mainly on gender issues, welfare and employment. The “Golfo-Mosca” law, which bears her name, recently introduced gender quotas in boards of listed companies in Italy. She is also one of the main sponsors of the “Controesodo” law, which facilitates the movement of young talent to and from Italy. In 2011, Mosca co-authored “Senza una donna”, a dialogue on power, gender issues and rights in Italy. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Philosophy from Cattolica University in Milan, a Master's degree in Diplomacy from the ISPI in Milan, a diploma in International Relations from Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies and a PhD in Political Sciences from the University of Florence. In 2010, Mosca was listed among the Rising Talents by the Women's Forum for Economy and Society.