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Alessandra Todde, engineer devoted to politics - News

2024-02-26T19:33:14.851Z

Highlights: Alessandra Todde is the candidate of the broad-based Pd-M5s camp. If elected she will be the first female governor in Sardinia. She is an entrepreneur and manager, she was CEO of Olidata until the decision to run in the European elections as the leader of the M5s, but she was not elected. She earned the nomination among the Italian Inspiring Fifty, the fifty Italian women considered the most influential in the world of technology.


If elected she will be the first female governor in Sardinia (ANSA)


The candidate of the broad-based Pd-M5s camp Alessandra Todde, supported by ten lists, turned 55 last February 6, in the midst of the electoral campaign.

Nuorese, two degrees and the title of engineer, the aspiring governor - if elected she will be the first woman to govern Sardinia since the beginning of its autonomist history - has lived most of her life outside the island, among the rest of Italy and abroad, working in eight different countries, including the United States, Spain, England, France and Holland.

Technology, energy and finance are his themes of action, he speaks four languages, including Sardinian, he is keen to point out, in 2018 he returns permanently to Italy.

She is an entrepreneur and manager, she was CEO of Olidata until the decision, in 2019, to run in the European elections as the leader of the M5s, but she was not elected.

On the other hand, she earned the nomination among the Italian Inspiring Fifty, the fifty Italian women considered the most influential in the world of technology.

But the institutional role arrives, after winning a seat in Parliament in the 2019 elections, with the birth of the second Conte Government in which she has the role of deputy minister for economic development, confirmed with the arrival of Draghi.

Numerous Sardinian industrial disputes were on her table during her years in government.

In 2021 she was appointed by Giuseppe Conte as vice president of the Pentastellati, a position she left when she launched her candidacy to become the first female president of the Sardinia Region. 

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