Since 2014, Valentino Cavalli is Board of Trustee of the Vietsch Foundation.
Valentino Cavalli has been TERENA's acting Secretary General from 2012.
Among some of his more operational tasks Valentino lead the coordination of research and development activities in the GÉANT (GN3plus) project of the European Commission.
In past years Valentino has been involved in a number of projects addressing network connectivity and services for the research and education community. He was the project manager of the SEEFIRE project to assess the feasibility of acquiring dark fibre by national research and education networking organisations in southeast Europe.
Valentino has been working for TERENA since May 1999. He was initially employed as Project Development Officer to become Chief Technical Officer in January 2008. Before joining TERENA, he worked as a Research Manager for Omega, an Italian IT company, where he was responsible for a number of projects under the European Commission Fourth Framework Programme.
Valentino was born in 1962 in Italy. In 1987, he graduated in philosophy from the University of Urbino in Italy.