Mara Carfagna studied piano and dance, and she participated in the Miss Italy contest in 1997. There she achieved the sixth position as well as gained more experience and knowledge.
After Mara became popular as a model, she started working at the television for the company Mediaset, which was controlled by the family of Silvio Berlusconi. She worked as a showgirl for the television show "Sunday in the village" together with show partner Davide Mengacci. Following, she appeared in various shows of the Mediaset company including Main Square, I Cervelloni, Vota la Voce and Domenica in.
Mara entered in the politics of Italy in 2004, at the time she became a leader of the women's movement in the political party Forza Italia. Later she was elected to the "Chamber of Deputies" for Forza Italia in 2006. After being the deputy, she worked as the secretary of the Commission for Constitutional Affairs.
Further, Mara elected as the "Minister for Equal Opportunity", in the fourth cabinet of Silvio Berlusconi On May 8, 2008, and she worked was widely highly appreciated and highlighted by different media.
Mara has also participated in various international meetings related to women empowerment. She has already interviewed with the "UN Secretary General", during her interview she promoted an international moratorium against FGM.
Carfagna is social media personality as well, she is active on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. She has 185K followers on the Instagram account. She had an encounter with Silvio Berlusconi during 2004
Looking at her personal life, Mara is single and it seems she is busy in extending her career in politics. Being a model Maria has featured in the various shows from which she collects a huge money. As of 2017, her estimated net worth is $700,000 through which she finances her living and lives a celebrity life.