Andrea Notarnicola is a diversity and inclusion practitioner.
His career in culture change, education and communication consultancy began 20 years ago in Electrolux. Then he joined the Deloitte Consulting Change Leadership team.
In the last 20 years, he has worked on diversity and inclusion with many organizations. He has specialized in internal communications, training and coaching, and he has been involved in the delivery of a wide spectrum of projects.
Marco Minghetti invited him to be one of the promoters of “humanistic management” (storytelling, literature, cinema, drama, and art for culture change).
He was the Newton project leader of the open distance Master Programme MASTER 24, which involved more than 10.000 people.
He is the training manager of Parks, a European association for LGBT issues in the workplace. Together with Giampaolo Colletti, he wrote the first book in Italy on LGBT issues in the business environment.
He has been a lecturer for several universities and schools with many of which he still collaborates: 24 ORE Business School, Venice Ca’ Foscari, IULM, Udine, Cattolica Milano, Bocconi, Pavia, Trieste, MIB School of Management, ALMA Business School, and Domus Academy.
In 2015, he was the main speaker of the Global LGBT Leadership Forum in Dallas during the “Global Inclusion Day”.