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She holds a PhD in Information Science from the University of the College of Engineering and Applied Science in Albany and a bachelor's degree in Chinese from Connecticut College. She is an adjunct professor at Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs, specializing in Technology, Media and Communications (TMaC). She is also a press secretary and senior consultant for the newly created Veterans Affairs Department of New York City, providing support to the city's half-million veterans and their families. She has served New York as a Disaster Relief Field Responder before and during Sept. 11. She was Program Officer for the Department of Diplomacy of the US Department of State, Diplomatic Innovation Division of the Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and more recently, Director of Media Strategy and Analysis at the United States Permanent Mission. She received a presidential administration grant, two awards of meritorious honor, and a Fulbright-Hayes scholarship. Outside of government, he worked on media impact research, information architecture development, academic book indexing, web coding, theater production, foreign serials and pretzel sales. Conducts surveys regularly and writes about the impact of media, technology, and government.

He holds a master's degree in Public Administration and Government from FGV-EAESP and a bachelor's degree in law from the University of São Paulo. Acts as Specialist in Public Policy and Government Management with experience in public administration, local development, and public procurement. He studies the relations between federalism and social policies and the barriers to innovation in government. It is currently part of GNova - Innovation Laboratory in Government of the National School of Public Administration (ENAP).

Professor at FGV Direito SP. She holds a PhD (2009) in USP and a Master's degree (2003) in administrative law from PUC-SP, where she graduated (1997) and was awarded the Paulista Law School Prize as the best student of the course. Author of the books Concessão, 2010 and Bidding in the trading modality, 2010 (2nd ed.), Both published by Malheiros Editores. She has numerous chapters of books and articles published in journals specialized in public law. She is a partner of Sundfeld Lawyers.

Graduated in Public Administration, Master in Government Policies and PhD in Business Administration from EAESP / FGV. She has specialized in Negotiation at Harvard and Kellogg Graduate School of Management. Insper and FGV professor in the areas of Organizational Studies, Power and Organizational Policy and Decision and Negotiation, both for undergraduate and postgraduate courses and executive education. She has experience in teaching, research and academic coordination of in-company programs (Petrobrás, Kraft Foods Brazil, Votorantim Industrial (VID), Transport Secretariat of SP, Camargo Correa, Elektro, Itaú, Coelba, L ' Oreal) and academic programs such as the BBA Business Global Program - University of Texas at Austin (McCombs / FGV) . Consulting public and private organizations, developing projects of performance management, leadership development, strategic planning, and organizational change/culture. Mentor of the Endeavor network and associated with the Center for Public Leadership (CLP). Volunteer member of the Hurra Association! (educational sport) and managing partner of Nex-Us Consultoria.