Antonella Noya has 20 years’ experience at the OECD, where she is head of the social economy and innovation unit. She designs and coordinates work in areas including social economy, social entrepreneurship, innovation and local social inclusion, and has authored numerous publications in these fields. Antonella is currently coordinating a programme with the European Commission on social entrepreneurship.
Antonella has a background in political sciences, specialising in legislative drafting and in economics of territorial development and urban planning. She sits on various international and national committees and advisory boards (including the French National Advisory Board on Social Impact Investing) and represents the OECD at the United Nations and within the European Commission’s Group of Experts on Social Entrepreneurship (GECES).