Chiara Pettazzi

Chiara Pettazzi

Chiara graduated in Law and holds an MA in Human Resources Management from Tor Vergata University. In 2020 she undertook an executive course on the new techniques of HR Management and Organization at LUISS Business School.

She has worked for over fifteen years in HR, mostly in multinational companies within different industries (Oil&Gas, Food, Beauty, Education). During her career she has come across all different aspects of HR, from personnel administration to HR development. She has also actively participated to several HR project in change management and digitalisation.

She joined the BSR in 2021 as HR Manager.

Chiara is based in Rome. You can contact her at HRManager@bsrome.it or by telephone on +39 06 32649318.

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