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Currently an Advanced Student at PIAL – Presencing-in-Action Lab, the latest two-year program (2010-2012) created by Otto Scharmer. PIAL aims to foster partnerships between emerging leaders in government, business and NGOs in 22 countries.
An ELIAS alumni. The ELIAS (Emerging Leaders Innovate across Sectors) program was co-created by the Presencing Institute, the MIT CoLab, and the MIT Leadership Center and provided high potential young leaders from 16 countries a one-year journey through innovation and learning, which included intense training in the use of a new set of tools for generating innovation in established systems. The purpose of ELIAS is to prototype and help advance an inclusive and sustainable global market system. Otto Scharmer has called this a “transformation from capitalism 1.0 and 2.0 to a 3.0 form of capitalism and society”. Capitalism 3.0 would enable people to deal with the intertwined 21st century economic, environmental, and social challenges in a more intentional way—mainly by developing mechanisms for innovating on the scale of the system as a whole.
The only Brazilian communications consultant/coach at the Team Academy of France.
Certified in Appreciative Inquiry by David Cooperrider, Case Western University - Cleveland (Ohio).
Author and organizer of the Guide “Communication is Needed - how NGOs can communicate better with the press” (2005). By 2010 it had been downloaded by more than 246.000 NGOs in Brazil.
In partnership with WBCSD – World Business Council for Sustainable Development Brazil, has authored the Guide “Communications and Sustainability”, (2010).
A nominee and runner-up of the “2008 Women’s Press Award”, promoted by Revista Imprensa, one of Brazil’s most prestigious magazines for her work on behalf of sustainability and communication in the non-profit sector.
Holds a major in Journalism from the Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC-SP) and did graduate studies in: Business Communication (ESPM-SP); Planning, Management and Evaluation of NGOs’ (Center for Entrepreneurship, Social Administration and Third Sector – University of São Paulo – USP); and Third Sector Organizations Management (Getúlio Vargas Foundation).
A guest lecturer at several universities, including Universidade Metodista, Universidade de São Paulo – ECA, Anhembi Morumbi and Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais.
A founder and partner at Lead PR (www.lead.com.br), a pioneer PR company that created an innovative business model for businesses and non-profit organizations (since 1996).
From September 2010 to July 2011, contributed directly to Communications Department of CDI – Centre for Digital Inclusion, a global leading social enterprise with a unique socio-educational approach. CDI’s mission is to transform lives and strengthen low-income communities by empowering people through Information & Communication Technologies (ICTs). Technology is used as a tool for fighting poverty, stimulating entrepreneurship and creating a new generation of change-makers. Started in August as leader of CDI´s Communication Council, an external group of experts in communication and technology.
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