Dario Nardella was born in Torre del Greco (Napoli) November 20, 1975. Since 1989 he has lived in Florence. Since he was a child he has followed a passion for music. In 1998 he graduated with a specialization in Violin from the L. Cherubini Conservatory in Florence and carried out a professional music career until 2004. He graduated with a degree in Law with honors from the University of Florence, where he completed his Doctorate in Constitutional Law, and is currently a lecturer in Cultural Property Legislation. In the last government of Romano Prodi (2006-2008) Mr. Nardella was a legal advisor to the Minister for Parliamentary Relations and the Vannino Chiti Institutional Reforms. He continued in this capacity with the Vice Presidency of the Italian Senate. He was elected to the Florence City Council in 2004 in the role of President of the V Councilor Commission on Culture, Education and Sports. In 2009 he was reelected to the Florence City Council and then joined the administration of Mayor Matteo Renzi as Vice Mayor with the Economic Development and Sports portfolio. In 2005 he established the Eunomia Foundation with a group of University Professors including Leonardo Morlino, Enzo Cheli, Andrea Simoncini and Pier Francesco Lotito, for which he serves as Director. In 2008 he was selected to participate in the International Leadership Program of the U.S. Department of State as a young Italian leader. He has numerous publications in the field of public, constitutional and cultural property law with UTET, Il Mulino, Passigli Editori and Polistampa. Mr. Nardella continues to perform as a violinist in concert and orchestra groups.