Tommaso Diegoli is the Project Manager for SDSN Regional Network for the Mediterranean (MED Solutions). Prior to joining the SDSN, he worked for the European Commission in Brussels as a Blue Book Trainee in the Unit for Turkey of the Directorate General for Enlargement. From 2011 to 2013, he lived and worked in Buenos Aires, Argentina and Belgrade, Serbia, consulting on a freelance basis with local and international non-profit organizations in the area of project proposal writing and research on children at risk of various forms of violence. Between 2009 and 2010, he has served as Program Coordinator for Save the Children Norway South East Europe Regional Office. His primary responsibility was to establish the first drop-in center for street-involved children in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. In 2007, he began his professional career with Heartland Alliance as a Family Reunification Officer working with unaccompanied foreign minors in immigrations proceedings in Chicago, USA. He holds an MA in Political Science from the University of Bologna, Italy (cum laude) and an MA in International Human Rights from the University of Denver (Fulbright scholar).