Luciana is the Manager at the Department of Environmental Sanitation of BNDES - National Bank for Economic and Social Development, where she is responsible for the studies and the relationship with representatives of the sector. She has graduated in Chemical Engineering and has a Masters in Mining and Metallurgy Engineering by UFMG (Minas Gerais), with a Specialization Course in Economic and Social Development by UFRJ. She worked in the Planning Area of Finep Studies and Projects Financier from 2001 to 2003. Since June 2003, she has been a BNDES employee, where she has worked in innovation, agronomy and industrial complex and the health industry.
Victor Bustani Valente
Victor is a Project coordinator for Sanitation and Urban Mobility at KfW Development Bank in Brasilia/Brazil. He has graduated in Sanitary and Environmental Engineering, post-graduated in Business Management from Boston University and has a Masters Degree in Energy Planning from COPPE/UFRJ. Prior to the German Financial Cooperation, Victor worked for 7 years in the German Technical Cooperation (GIZ), where he managed projects in the area of climate change, renewable energy and sanitation.
She has been the director of the Infrastructure Regulation Center (FGV CERI) since 2010 and the coordinator of the FGV/EPGE's Professional Masters in Finance and Business Economics. She is a PhD in Economics from the Getúlio Vargas Foundation, in Rio de Janeiro (2001). She was a director of the National Electric Energy Agency (ANEEL) between 2005 and 2009. She was also a visiting professor at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government/Harvard University in 2010, and lecturer at the Getúlio Vargas Foundation in Rio de Janeiro. She has experience in Economics, working mainly in the following areas: Regulatory Economics, Energy Economics, Auctions, Experimental Economics, Organizational Theory and Contracts.
Sergio Brasil Abreu
Ministério das Cidades
He is a civil engineer from the Federal University of Ceará, helds a Masters Degree in Hydraulic Engineering and Sanitation from the University of São Paulo (USP) and a PhD in Hydraulic and Environmental Engineering from the Polytechnic School of USP. He is a public sector worker as an Infrastructure analyst of the Ministry of Planning, Development and Management, currently working in the National Secretariat of Environmental Sanitation of the Ministry of Cities. For three years he was the general coordinator of the National Information System on Sanitation (SNIS) and currently coordinates the project to prepare the Proposal for an Action Plan to institute a policy for the reuse of sanitary effluents treated in Brazil.