Cher started The Iceberg Project in 2012 driven by a completely irrational passion for the Italian language and culture. She believes that every home needs a constant supply of pecorino cheese and wine, and at the end of her life, wants to be known for spreading smiles like wildfire. Follow her on Instagram @___whatthehale or read more about her story, click here.
Since she was little, Carlotta had a preference for the English language and Anglo/American culture. After acquiring a degree in Economics and living a bit in NYC trying to “live the dream”, she moved back to Florence and has put all of her time and efforts into creating a small clothing brand. While in Florence she divides her time with family, movies, concerts, and social events.
Rachel helps plan upcoming content, writes articles about the Italian language & culture, edits away mistakes in English, and keeps the pieces in place so the business can run as smoothly as possible.
Rachel graduated with a degree in Italian language and literature and then, after falling in love with Italian art as well, went on for a master’s in art history focusing on the Italian Renaissance. She currently lives in her favorite place in the world, Florence, Italy with her bilingual dog, Stella. You can follow her on Instagram @theitalianista or read more of her writing at Italianista.
Kevin writes articles about language learning techniques, mindset, and motivation, all with an eye toward mastery of the Italian language.
After frequent travels to Europe at a young age, Kevin became obsessed with the idea of learning a foreign language. Italian was his first of many, and years later received a Master’s Degree and teaching certification to help share his knowledge of the Italian language with others.
He considers Rome his “seconda casa,” and is patiently waiting for potato and mozzarella pizza to receive the global recognition it deserves.
Hannah writes articles that make having conversations in Italian easier & more natural like this one about talking about movies or this one about pronominal verbs. She was able to spend nine lovely months in Viterbo, Italy studying abroad, where she fell in love with the Italian language, culture, and food.
Since then, she has discovered her love for travel and language learning and is excited to explore the world now that she’s graduated with her bachelor’s degree in integrated marketing communications. She currently lives in South Korea.
Native Italian Editor and Translator
Anna has a diploma in Foreign Languages and completed her first level degree studies in International Law and Economics.
Since her childhood, she has loved the English language and foreign cultures.
She was lucky enough to meet tons of foreigners, and some of them are great friends. She loves to travel, has lived on three different continents and has been working as a Designer and a Freelance Translator (English-Italian, English-French, French-Italian and Italian-English) for more than 7 years.