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Notable Alumni

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Lorenzo Ornaghi
Former Rector and Minister for Cultural Heritage
Romano Prodi
Former Prime Minister and EU Commission President
Michele Norsa
Salvatore Ferragamo CEO
Augusto Marietti
Internet entrepreneur
Alfredo Altavilla
FCA Group EMEA
Concetta Lanciaux
Vice-President of fashion house Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy
Ignazio Marino
Surgeon and Former Mayor of Rome
Gianluigi Zenti
President of Academia Barilla
Igor Cassina
Gymnast Gold Medal Winner Athens 2004
Monica Maggioni
Journalist and Director RaiNews24

Politics

Oscar Luigi Scalfaro, Former President of the Italian Republic
Ciriaco de Mita, Former Prime Minister
Amintore Fanfani, Former Prime Minister
Giovanni Maria Flick, Former Minister of Justice and Constitutional Court President
Angelino Alfano, Minister of Internal Affairs


Business

Angelo Caloia, Banker
Enrico Mattei, ENI founder
Nicola Trussardi, Fashion designer
Luigi Pasinetti, Post-Keynesian Economist
Anna Maria Tarantola, President RAI
Giacomo Campora, Allianz Bank Financial Advisors S.p.a. CEO
Pasquale Cannatelli, Fininvest CEO
Gabriele Del Torchio, Alitalia Vice President and CEO
Dino Piero Giarda, Banca Popolare Italiana President and Banco Popolare Vice-President


Agri-food sector

Pasquale Cetola, Specialist in technological innovation and sustainable use of PPPs at Agrofarma


Medicine

Francesco Rubino, World first Professor of Metabolic Surgery – King’s College
Lorenzo Bonomo, European Society of Radiology President


Arts, humanities and show business

Roberto Vecchioni, Singer
Chiara Galiazzo, The X Factor Italia Winner 2012
Aldo Grasso, TV critic of Corriere della Sera
Valerio Massimo Manfredi, Archaeologist and Novelist


Sports

Michela Cerruti, 2014 Italian GT Championship European F3 Open Championship Toyota Racing Series
Simon Barjie, Gambian Footballer