I am an Environmental Engineer, specialist in solid waste, postgraduate in Master in Business and Management at School of Business Administration of São Paulo - FGV EAESP with emphasis in Entrepreneurship at Babson College, Master of Public Administration at SIPA - School of International and Public Affairs of Columbia University and currently in a masters degree in Public Law from Law School of Fundação Getúlio Vargas. Leader RAPS 2016 - Political Network for Sustainable Action, Fellow at the Lemann Foundation, Global Shaper - Hub São Paulo, Councilor of the State of Amazonas Chamber of Commerce and former Deputy Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources at the Municipality of the Hidromineral City of Poá (SP). Co Founder of Brasil21 - political movement, member of AGORA! Movement - political think tank, member of Mulheres do Brasil - Women of Brazil and scholar at the RENOVABR.
"Through its ethical, professional and results-oriented policy, with the emphasis on sustainability, I aim to lead the changes that our country needs, actively acting in public management and promoting good management practices."