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Councilor for Labor, Vocational Training, Cooperation and Social Security of the Autonomous Region of Sardinia.
.Alessandra Zedda, 52 years old, Vice President of the Autonomous Region of Sardinia and Councilor for Labor, Vocational Training, Cooperation and Social Security. Vice President of the executive committee of the greatest independent newtork of the European Regions (AER) since 2009, she has been Regional Cuncillor for Industry and for Programming, Budget, Credit and Territorial management in the 2009-2014 Sardinian legislature.
Director General of ANPAL
Born in 1969, he graduated in Law. He joined the public management with the first course-management training competition held between 1997 and 2000. From 2000 to 2007 he directed the studies and research office of the Ministry of Labor. The following year he worked at the technical secretariat of the Undersecretary of State at the Presidency of the Council of Ministers. From 2008 to 2013 he was a director of INPS, dealing with income support and tax revenue, with the role of deputy central director. From 2013 to 2016 he directed, at the Ministry of Labor, first the Directorate-General for active and passive policies and then the Directorate-General for active policies, services for work and training.
Head of Unit D.1 in DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion of the European Commission.
Head of Unit since June 2013, today his file deals with labour mobility in the EU. This includes, among other things, the supervision of the implementation by the Member States of the European rules applicable to labour mobility, as well as the close follow-up of the EURES emmployment services network and the platform tackling undeclared work. He was also part of the team negotiating the establishment of a European Labour Authority, recently and finally approved by the Council and the European Parliament. Previously he was a Member of the Cabinet of Mr Andor, Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion. From 2004 to 2009, he was a Member of the Cabinet of Mr. Šemeta and Ms. Grybauskaitė, EU Commissioners for Budget and Financial Programming. Earlier Denis had been working for the Secretariat General, and DG Education and Culture. He joined the Commission in 1994 as a civil servant. He earned his degrees in Political Science at the University of Strasbourg and at the College of Europe in Bruges, and his degree in European Law in Nancy.
Policy Officer in DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion of the European Commission.
Senior Expert on Skills and Qualifications, has been involved for twenty years in the development and coordination of European instruments supporting learning and career mobility. He has coordinated the implementation of Europass, the European Qualifications Framework and ECVET, has followed the works of the Euroguidance network and represented the Commission in the European Lifelong Guidance policy Network. A graduate In philosophy from the University of Padoa, before joining the Commission he worked in tourism, catering, construction, software development, documentation, social research and translation.