Roberto Reale graduated in Political Science from the University of Buenos Aires and completed a Master’s degree in Data Mining and Market Research at the University of Bologna.
Currently owns and leads the Juventud Activa (Active Youth) radio program in AM1270 of Argentina. He worked as an advisor to the Governor of Buenos Aires. In 2008 he contributed to develop the Department of Contracts and Acquisitions of the Province of Buenos Aires. He also worked as Under Secretary for modernization of the public sector of the Province of Buenos Aires in Argentina.
Previously he assume as a Coordinator of the Institutional Strengthening Plan at the Senate, working with the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB). He also served as an expert in parliamentary relations at the Cabinet of Ministers in the Executive Branch.
From 2003 to 2007, Roberto Reale take part in more than one hundred meetings related to parliamentary modernization with the leaders of the most important parties of Argentina. In addition he worked as an advisor to the Vicepresident of Argentina and President of the Senate for four years.
In his role as Chairman of Fundación Ciudad Política he is committed to build a better future for the society, transforming knowledge into political action with the support of a network of international academics, professionals, students and the general public, in order to facilitate the diffusion, promotion and development of Political Science.
He study the government and work in global futures studies and research in South Korea (Seúl), United States (Washington, California, New York, Alabama), Spain (Madrid) and Finland (Turku, Helsinki).
At present Ciudad Política is carrying out meetings with scholars and politicians, mainly national legislators, on the feasibility of creating a Committee for the Future in Congress, as well as a research centre in Argentina on studies for the Future.
Reale is member of the International Political Science Association (IPSA), the American Political Science Association and was member of the Argentine Association of Political Analysis (SAAP). He also worked closely with various highly-respected civil organizations in policy making regarding to the modernization of the state.