CEO of the Sardegna Film Commission and vice president of the Italian Film Commission Association (IFC), Satta is currently board member of Cineregio, the EU network of Regional Film Funds. Born in Sardinia, she earned a degree in philosophy and a Ph.D. in cultural-media studies and visual anthropology from the University of Milan, where she began her career as filmmaker and producer. Before returning to her native Sardinia after an absence of 20 years, she was based in Los Angeles for 10 years, where she developed and produced narrative features and documentaries. She works as consultant for international film festivals and as architect for training initiatives (including the Locarno Film Festival for 18 years, the African Asian Latin American Film Festival, Milan, among others). Together with her husband, she founded the Unicef-endorsed Traveling Film School, a non-profit organization that provides free film and theater training to children in underdeveloped regions around the world; in addition, they developed the Fair Trade Cinema Protocol. She specializes in sustainability in the creative industries and audiovisual industry funds and institutions.