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The Consul General


The Consul General

Gloria Maria BELLELLI

Gloria Marina Bellelli started her diplomatic career in 1998, first at the Directorate General for Economic Affairs and subsequently (December 1998 to May 2004) at the General Directorate for Economic and Financial Multilateral Cooperation, where she was engaged in scientific and technological cooperation, financial politics in international organizations and cooperation in Defense.

She was appointed Chief of Commercial Affairs at the Italian Embassy in Algiers (2004/2008) and as Consul at the Embassy of Italy in Israel (2008/2012).

In 2012 she returned to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Rome at the Directorate General for Country Development. She helped organize large-scale events such as the ongoing Italy in US program (, a one-stop portal to Italian cultural and commercial activities in the United States. As head of the Office for Cultural Politics she helped promote the image of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs through the promotion of the “Collezione Farnesina”, an art display of contemporary Italian artists hosted at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Rome.

On September 14th, 2015, she assumed her duties as Consul General at the Consulate General in Miami, with jurisdiction for Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands, Bahamas, Jamaica, St. Marten, St. Eustatius, Saba, American Virgin Islands, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Turks & Caicos, and Bonaire.

She is married to Luigi M. Tomasini, former Professor of Mathematical Economics at Università di Siena.




o Marco ROCCA (1992-1996)

o Giovan Battista CAMPAGNOLA (1996-2000)

o Giuseppe MORABITO (2000-2003)

o Gianfranco COLOGNATO (2003-2007)

o Marco ROCCA (2007-2011)

o Adolfo BARATTOLO (2011-2015)

o Gloria Marina BELLELLI (2015-)