Toscana. When I’m not buried in learning more about JS law, I’m a supermamma to eight amazing children.
Nancy Nicholson Simioni
Siciliana. Might spend more time on this than my husband cares for… Sicily for me, Veneto and Lazio for my husband, so we’ve got Italy covered head to toe.
Abruzzese. Siracusano. Father, handyman, corporate executive, bodybuilder and cannoli connoisseur.
Abruzzese. When not answering your questions, I’m off saving the world through EHR implementation across the United States, Canada and Western Europe. You’ll find me in the local pub wherever I am. For the record, it’s sauce.
My mother is “FBI” (Taurianova, Sambuca di Sicilia, Sirignano, Rapino). Admiration for genealogy, history, business and law. Fixated on the Italian citizenship process for over five years.
Barese. In the limited time I am not on Facebook ready to answer questions, I study computer science and mathematics. Ideal job is one that requires knowledge of century old Italian law and cutting edge computer systems.
Paola Scarpellini Crotts
Siciliana. When I’m not obsessing over Italian citizenship issues, you might find me dressing up as dead presidents, crocheting octopus hats, or making frittatas.