A bit about my journey
My work is focused in preparing and hosting space so effective learning processes can happen. I have been focusing my work in two areas: team and organizational change, by researching and developing programs to enhance leadership and collaboration abilities; and acting as a process consultant, designing and hosting the best learning intervention for organizational development and change management processes.
I have lived in five different countries and had the privilege to work in international and multicultural settings with these topics. My projects ranged from UN agencies such as UNESCO, international multinational companies as big as DuPont, national and local governments like the Government of Catalunya and renowned NGOs such as UnitedWay.
Exploring how people can collectively tackle complex situations, I’ve joined a Master’s program in Strategic Leadership towards Sustainability and contributed to the book Facilitating Sustainable Innovation through Collaboration. I also joined Summerhill as staff for two years, participating in the original free school, the oldest child democracy in the world.
I’ve earned my BSc in a known engineering university in Brazil, studied how to design learning processes and interventions and participated in a good number of international leadership and business programs focused on personal development, group and team dynamics, appreciative inquiry, the art of hosting, and a number of others.
I currently live in Brazil with my family where I’m a partner in a pioneer company working with innovation & collaboration and an associate with other consulting firms on leadership development and program design.
My family and I are currently living in the South of Spain (until June/2018) and I’m in between there and some of my projects in the Americas and Europe.
Drop me a line so we can explore new things together,