Depuis la création de l’Autorité Portuaire de Venise, Federica Bosello occupe le poste de Responsable Promotion, Communication et Relations Institutionnelles au sein de l’Autorité Portuaire de l’Adriatique du Nord (Venise, Italie).
Federica Bosello a été en charge du Marketing d’institutions publiques et de la Communication d’entreprise pendant 25 ans, en travaillant à la fois avec des institutions culturelles compétentes (telles que La Biennale di Venezia) et des grandes entreprises publiques. Au fil des années, elle a été Responsable de la Création et du Développement des canaux et instruments de communication du Port de Venise. Elle est également Responsable des Politiques de « Open Port ».

Federica Bosello was born in Venice. She’s been dealing with public institutions marketing and corporate communication for 25 years, working both with relevant cultural Institutions (such as La Biennale di Venezia) and large public companies. She is a professional partner of the Italian Federation of Public Relations.
Since the establishment of the Venice Port Authority, she holds the position of Head of Promotion, Communication and Institutional Relations Unit.
Through the years she was directly responsible both for initiatives supporting the development of specific traffic sectors of the port and for the realization of all the communication tools focused on the Port of Venice as a whole.
She lectured in logistics and international economy at post graduate degrees promoted by the Venetian Universities and the Italian Bureau for international trade, as an expert in port marketing and international relations, also publishing various articles and essays connected to these topics.
She is a member of the “Leonardo Group”, a team of inspirational figures helping Science Gallery Venice (part of the Global Science Gallery Network) achieve its mission to ignite creativity and inspire new ideas and collaborations in pursuit of a better future for the next generations.
She is also responsible for “open port” policies, dealing directly with a multitude of institutions and relevant stakeholders in the territory, to promote and strengthen port-city integration in Venice, setting up a wide range of initiatives at a local and international level. She is author of several papers related to societal integration of ports.