Simon Ghiotto holds Masters’ in Economics from Ghent University as well as from the Université de Namur and Université Catholique de Louvain-La-Neuve. On top of that, he obtained his teachers’ degree. He has been with Itinera since 2014 working on various fields within Social Policy. Amongst others writting De Staat van het Gezin/L’État de la Famille (2016) on family policy, which was nominated for Le Prix du Livre Politique 2016 (Policy book of the year), co-authoring Basisinkomen tussen droom en werkelijkheid/Revenu universel entre rêve et réalité (2017) on basic income and contributing to Plan voor het Land/Projet pour la Belgique (2019). He also volunteers at SODA+ and Act4Change. Soda+ is a non-profit geared towards helping vocational schools promote behavioural changes in students, Act4Change is a youth organisation geared towards sustainability. Simon also hosts the Itinera Talks Podcast.