Francesca Guiducci received a degree in 2010 in Classics from University la Sapienza in Rome. She later continued her studies in conservation in London, at University College London (UCL), where she received a Master of Art (MA) in Principles of Conservation in 2011, and a Master of Science (MSc) in Conservation for Archaeology and Museums in 2012.
Among her professional experiences she undertook an internship at the British Museum, section Stone, Wall Paintings and Mosaics, she collaborated with the association Heritage Without Borders, carrying out training courses in Albania and Turkmenistan and she is involved it the conservation project of Dangeil archaeological site in Sudan, in collaboration with the British Museum.
She has been working with CCA since 2007, when she took part to the Conservation Project of Mont’e Prama statues, while since 2014 to today she has been acting as coordinator and support during training courses MCC MOSAIKON, Randolph College and University of Delaware.
She is responsible for the Quality Management System and she manages the website and social networks.