Consolata Pejrone has a Certificate Degree in Dental Hygiene from Forsyth School for Dental Hygienists and an Associate of Science in Dental Hygiene by the College of Pharmacy and Allied Health Professions of Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts (USA).
The diploma has been integrated and certified by the University of California, Los Angeles (USA) with the course of Anesthesia and Expanded functions for Dental Hygienists. She obtained the attainment of the National Board for Dental Hygienists, the Northeast Regional Board in Boston and the California Board at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles.
In the academic years 1996/1997 she attended a postgraduate course in Community Health and WHO procedures by the Chair of Pedodontics at the University of Milan, Italy.
In 2004 she graduated by the University of Genoa, Italy with the degree of Dottore in Igiene Dentale.
During the academic years of 2003/2004, she attended successfully the Master's Degree in Preventive Dentistry by the University La Sapienza of Rome, Italy.
Consolata Pejrone’s clinical dental hygiene experience starts in Boston in 1991 by the Veterans Administration Hospital and at the Children Hospital for Physically and Mentally Disabled Children.
She held a series of practical lectures on essential dental hygiene by the Cardinal Menderos Center (for homeless people) in Boston.
She has been a lab assistant at the Children’s Hospital Research Center of Boston chiefed by Dr David De Franco.
From 1992 to 1997 she was a professor at the Dental Hygiene School by the University of Genoa, Italy, and from 2005 to 2010 she taught at the Dental School of Genoa Clinical Practice of Preventive Dentistry.
In the years 1999- 2002 she held biennial seminars in French at the Masters in Periodontology by Prof. Hitzig Department in Nice, France.
In 2006-2016 she was a faculty member in the Dental Hygiene School at the University of Turin, Italy.
At the day she practices the profession as a dental hygienist in different private practices in Northern Italy and she is a consultant and clinical coordinator for the EMEA area for HuFriedy.
She has been vice-president of the National Committee of University Diploma for Dental Hygiene and Regional Cultural Secretary for the Italian Dental Hygienists Association (AIDI). Speaker of several national and international continuing educational programs, she holds lectures to dental hygienists, dental assistants, general dentists, periodontists, medical doctors and main offices of Ministry of Health (Saudi Arabia) as well as for local dental dealers and sales forces in the EMEA area.
She volunteers in several local communities with special needing children, mothers, teenagers and immigrants with the COI (Cooperazione Odontoiatrica Internazionale) in Northern Italy.