Benjamin Ferraro, a native of Philadelphia, embarked on a captivating journey that led him from pursuing an economics degree at Temple University to immersing himself in the rich culture and history of Italy. After residing there for over four years, he attained a degree in international studies and political science from the University of Siena, utilizing innovative game design to explain economic and monetary history. Fluent in Italian, Benjamin currently teaches English to Italian students, leveraging his language skills and teaching prowess. Driven by intellectual curiosity, he strives to expand his knowledge and create an impact in economic history and international relations. Through the use of games, he aims to make complex economic ideas understandable and relatable. With his unique blend of expertise, linguistic proficiency, and a passion for bridging economic theory and practical understanding, Benjamin is dedicated to making a meaningful difference.