Fiammetta Giorgi has been appointed the new Head of Rights for Mondadori.
After completing a degree in Classics, she has always worked in publishing and joined Mondadori in 2002. She held the position of Editor-in-Chief for Children’s Books from 2005 to 2014. After having worked as a translator and editor of Young Adult Fiction Books for Giunti and Rizzoli, she is back in Mondadori to lead the foreign rights team. She reports to the General Manager, Giorgio Cavagnino.
Claudia Scheu, who’s held the Foreign Rights office for over 30 years, will be acting as a consultant for the publisher.