Giovanni Tommasini was born in Sanremo, Liguria, Italy, in 1966. He moved to Genoa for university studies, where he graduated in 1994 in Political Science.
Educator and seminarian enrolled in the professional register and initially engaged as a collaborator with neighborhood family counselors as a home assistant, since 1994 he has been an educator in day centers and family homes of the Cooperativa Integrazione Genova, under the Anffas brand.
He is the author of several self-published titles, such as the essays Papà mi connetti? (Papa can you connect me?), Il virus siamo noi (We are the virus), Sono Cesare, tutto bene (I'm Cesare, it's all right), L'ultima lettera alla mia prima fidanzata (The last letter to my first girlfriend) and the anthology Pagine d'amore per mio figlio (Pages of love for my son), whose narratives indistinctly follow the footsteps of social and civil issues, especially regarding the "building of an helping relationship".
In his seminars, he offers debates and workshops on autism, emotional writing, internet addiction, sports culture and new generations.