Born in Ljubljana (1985) she grew up in Naples, Italy. After completing her Masters degree in Eastern Europe's Languages&Literatures (majoring Slovene Language and Literature, Czech Language and Literature, History of Central Eastern Europe) at the Faculty of Arts of the “L’Orientale” University in Naples, she received in 2017 her PhD degree in Contemporary History and Slovene Linguistics at the Primorska University in Koper (Slovenia). She's been promoting Slovene literature and culture in Southern Italy since her undergraduate studies as a translator, interpeter and as co-organizer of cultural and academic events. She now works as a freelance translator from Slovenian into Italian and as a cultural mediator. From 2017 she collaborates with the non profit cultural association A Voce Alta and the book-space Laterzagorà in Naples in organizing several events involving contemporary Slovene authors. She lives and works between Naples, Ireland and Slovenia.