Satire, humor and food! Freelance journalist since 1992, Serena's training begins with the history of comics, satire and humor and then migrates to the economic and social history of food - with a particular attention to the relationship between nutrition and power - of which she has done her main focus, both in cooked and written form.
Screenwriter of graphic novels and TV author for RAI channels for children, writer for Cook_Inc magazine.
Since 2017 she has been teaching Corporate storytelling at UNISG (University of Gastronomic Sciences) for the Master Program in Food Culture and Communication, and Communication for Food Marketing for the Graduate Degree in Food Innovation and Management.
Since 2020, Serena teaches Anthropology of Food for the European Bachelor's degree program at the Institute of Culinary Art Cordon Bleu.
In 2020 she published her novel 'L'Appetito' (Eris Edizioni), a story set between Paris and Rome at the turn of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, which takes its cue from the sale of food leftovers that were widespread in the French capital at the time, to deal with a theme of strict topicality: food as a tool for social control, and the hunger market as a territory to build fortunes.