Anna Prandoni is a writer and journalist who has been working with food and wine for over 15 years with particular interest in the history of nutrition and its influence on Italian Culture. In 2014, she was selected as Italian ambassador in the network WE-Women for Expo, which addresses global nutrition, sustainability, and food related-traditions. She has worked as director of the cooking school, La Scuola della Cucina Italiana and director and web editor of La Cucina Italiana magazine, a position she left in March 2015.
Very active in the digital community, she is the creative director of unaricettaalgiorno.it, Milano Secrets (milanosecrets.it), and the community gathering project for floral design, photography, and culinary art Potluck (mypotluck.it). She teaches social media strategy for foodies and participated in Social Media Week Milan, 2015.
She edited a book series for DeVecci Publishing House dedicated to the healthy kitchen, the ethnic kitchen, and books dedicated to Italian regional cooking. In June 2015, she was appointed director of the Gualtiero Marchesi Cooking Academy in Milan, which offers courses for both professional and amateur chefs.