Accademia Unidee’s evaluation team is composed of:

Dott. Luca Lantero

Prof.ssa Silvia Evangelisti, PhD

Dott.ssa Emanuela Stefani

Dott. Luca Lantero is the director of CIMEA, the Italian hub of the ENIC and NARIC networks.
International expert in foreign systems and evaluation of educational qualifications, he is a member of the ENIC Bureau and the president of the ELCORE Group for the ENIC-NARIC networks. Lantero is the Italian representative at the Qualifications Framework of the Bologna Process at the Council of Europe, as well as being an international expert in the evaluation of the educational qualifications frameworks of different foreign countries. He is coordinating several international projects on the subject of the evaluation of educational qualifications and is the author of numerous publications on the issues of the recognition of educational qualifications, foreign higher-education systems and non-recognised institutions.

Prof.ssa Silvia Evangelisti is an adjunct professor at the Alma Mater Studiorum University in Bologna.
Graduated in Modern Literature with a thesis in History of Contemporary Art, in 1986 she obtained a PhD in History of Art. Professor of History of Art and of History and Methodology of Art Criticism, she has curated texts and contributions on eighteenth-century painting and has published numerous essays and volumes dedicated to twentieth-century artists. In 2000 Evangelisti established and started directing the degree course in Communication and Didactics of Art at Bologna’s Academy of Fine Arts. From 2003 to 2012 she was the artistic director of Arte Fiera.

Dott.ssa Emanuela Stefani is the director of CRUI – Conference of the Deans of Italian Universities and of the CRUI Foundation for Italian Universities.
After a diploma in classical studies from high school, in1985 she graduated in Political Sciences from the Sapienza University in Rome. In the following two years she specialised in International Law (at SIOI) and Business Management (at SDOA). She has since attended numerous educational courses in Italy and abroad on issues of academic education, with particular attention to quality assessment, and has spent short periods of professional development at the CNE in Paris, ACE in Washington and QAA in London. In 2000, she obtained the qualification of ISO 9000 Quality Inspector from AICQ. Since 1988, she has been conducting her research and consultancy activities at the CNR for the IPRA (Increase of productivity of agricultural resources) and RAISA (Advanced research for innovations in the agricultural system) projects. Since 1989 she has worked for CRUI, of which she became director in 1997. Since 2001 she has also been the director of the CRUI Foundation for Italian Universities. She has many years of experience in the university sector, in particular in the fields of evaluation, research management and higher education.