Lodovico Manfredini Veronesi was born and raised in Vignola, a little town between Modena and Bologna, known for the amazing cherries and the well preserved medieval castle. After a 19 years career in the law enforcement, in 2014 he got his Master degree in Sociology and moved to Vegas with his beloved wife Laila. He started right away teaching Italian language at the College of Southern Nevada, where he had the opportunity to introduce many students to that beautiful language. After a year spent as an English Language Arts teacher in a public middle school, in 2017 he started his career as a Real Estate Consultant, continuing at the same time to pursue his love for teaching and sharing the culture and language of his mother land.
Nicole Repetto was born and raised in Genova. In 2007 she earned her Bachelor degree in Arts, Literature and Business Entertainment at The University of Genova. While at University, she also started her performer experience in a Musical Theater company as singer, actress and dancer. She performed on stage for over seven years with hundreds of live events and many theater contests. She became Assistant Director for musical theater productions and workshops. In 2011, She worked for a training company in Genova teaching Italian for foreigners, communication and public speaking.
In 2012 She moved to Las Vegas and she started to work as private tutor teaching Italian language and culture with students of all ages and skill levels. In January 2017 she started to teach Italian at CSN- College of Southern Nevada. She loves being able to share with my students the passion and the love she has for her country, its culture and history. She loves cooking and she’s doing her best raising her little boy Massimo with 100% Italian cuisine at home. The two mottos she loves and lives by are “Non mollare mai” (never give up) and “Non si finisce mai di imparare (you never stop learning).
Valeria Sabatini was born in Cosenza, south Italy and raised in Terni, northwest Rome, where she graduated as elementary teacher in 1991. She started working as substitute teacher for preschools while pursuing her second passion: journalism. She combined both loves by starting to teach techniques on writing in a high school in Terni as well as teaching to young students. In 2003 she moved to Reggio Emilia where she taught in a preschool.
She moved to Usa in 2012 after marrying a Us Airforce officer. They have a young boy. Active member of Casa Italiana di Las Vegas since its inception Valeria Sabatini held various classes for preschoolers and elementary students on events on Italian culture, story drama and songs aimed to teach in a fun environment some aspects of Italian life to the younger ones.