GRETA ROPA, a foreign language correspondent who graduated with a degree in human resources, has years of experience in the fashion and advertising industries. She has worked as a fashion and photography model for numerous Italian and international firms. A passionate writer, traveler and photographer, she has worked on documentaries filmed in Alaska, Armenia, Australia, Belize, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Cambogia, Canada, Cina, Corea, Cuba, El salvador, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Galapagos, Georgia, Giappone, Guatemala, Honduras, India, Iran, Isola di Pasqua, Lesotho, Libia, Mali, Mongolia, Namibia, Nepal, Nuova Caledonia, Nuova Zelanda, Papua Nuova Guinea, Patagonia, Russia, Isole Salomone, Siberia, Sud Africa, Sudan, Swaziland, Togo, Tonga, Trobriands, U.S.A., Vanuatu, Vietnam, Turkmenistan, Ucraina, Uzbekistan, Yemen, Zambia, Zimbabwe. In 2002 she participated as a photographer for an expedition that led her on a tour around the world, from Bologna to Miami by land. She has worked in the film industry and has collaborated with various publishing companies. Greta contribute to the anthropology section for the magazine Oasis, she has dozens of editorial publications to his credit with various editorial and publishing houses, including White Star-National Geographic, for whom she has realized major monographs in the anthropological sector, such as “The Last Man”, on the last anthropophagous tribes of New Guinea, “Japan, light and Shadows in the Land of the Rising Sun” which examines the contrasts of Japanese society, “This is my home” a journey through the evolution of human dwellings and “People at Work” the art of living and surviving. Greta is a testimonial of Unicef and Emergency. He holds courses of personal growth training such as "public speaking" and "non-verbal communication" with special insights dedicated to travel and travelers.