Francesco Bolzonella is a Technical Specialist in Social and Behavioral Science at Democracy International (DI). He provides technical support across the project lifecycle of DI’s programs, by performing research analyses and applying behavioral insights to inform the design and implementation of programmatic work.
Mr. Bolzonella has expertise in public policy analysis and principles of organizational psychology. Prior to joining DI, he worked in public sector consulting, by contributing to the design of organizational change initiatives and workforce incentive programs; in development consulting, by supporting monitoring and evaluation activities of EU-funded international programs. He is a strong believer in the conducive role of democratic processes in ensuring stability of social systems and a firm supporter in the importance of good governance of public administrations for the achievement of decent work and sustainable human development.
Mr. Bolzonella holds a Master of Science in Public Policy and Human Development from the United Nations University/UNU-MERIT, with a concentration in Social Protection Policy, and a Master of Science in Learning & Development in Organizations from Maastricht University, in the Netherlands. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Padova University, in Italy.