She is an Intercultural Trainer, Consultant and Coach, and an expert on Sustainability and Social Innovation. She has experience in assessment and development center activities for large multinational groups, both in Italy and abroad, in training managerial teams on the development of their intercultural and global skills, on leading multicultural teams, and on Diversity and Inclusion Management Design Strategies. From 2016 to 2019 she was the President of SIETAR Italia, and Board Member of SIETAR Europe, and has served as consultant to ISMU Foundation and other groups for research and training projects.
Di Mauro, M. (2021). Includere e valorizzare le competenze dei Migranti: TRAINING toolkit sul diversity management. ISMU Foundation.
Boerchi, D., Di Mauro, M., & Sarli, A. (2020). Guidelines for the identification and assessment of migrants’ soft skills. ISMU Foundation.
Di Mauro, M., & Gehrke, B. (2019). Feeling Italian. SIETAR Italia
Di Mauro, M., & Taratuhina, Y. (Eds.). (2019). East and West relations bridging: SIETAR Russia and SIETAR Europa 2018 Conference Proceedings.
Di Mauro, M. & Gehrke, B. (Eds.). (2018). Multicultural identities: Challenging the sense of belonging, Conference proceeding of IX SIETAR Italia International Conference. Fondazione Intercultura.
Di Mauro, M. (2016). Tourism: An opportunity for mobility and intercultural encounters. Intercultural Training and Consulting for the development of the tourism industry. In E. J. Nash, N. C. Brown, & L. Bracci (Eds.), Intercultural horizons: Identities, relationships and languages in migration (vol. 4). Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars.
Di Mauro, M. (2015). The extension of intercultural competence today: from individual effectiveness, to innovative, responsible and sustainable practices. In L. Bracci, N. C. Brown, & E. J. Nash (Eds.), Intercultural horizons: Intercultural competence – key to the new multicultural societies of the globalized world (vol. 3). Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars.
Work for CID:
Maura Di Mauro participated in a CID/UNESCO focus group for the Futures of Education Initiative, and wrote ICD Exercise #2.