Coordinators

Coordinators

Ana Carolina Avzaradel Szklo
The Brazilian Business Council for Sustainable Development - CEBDS
Ana Carolina Avzaradel Szklo is the director of Institutional Development and has been at CEBDS since 2014, where she is responsible for the Thematic Chambers and institutional projects and initiatives. Prior to this, she worked as a Senior Consultant in the Department of Climate Change and Sustainability at ICF International and was a Technical Consultant at the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation. She participated in the international negotiations on climate change at the UNFCCC and at the IPCC, as well as at international discussion forums on biofuels (GBEP) as a member of the Brazilian delegation. She also worked as a researcher at Centro Clima and as an analyst at Globopar's Corporate Finance Department. Ana Carolina is an economist and holds a Master´s degree in Energy and Environmental Planning.
Cristiane Vieira
The UN Global Compact
Cristiani holds a degree in Environmental Engineering, a postgraduate degree in Environmental Law and a Master's Degree in Business Management. She has experience in environmental and quality management of automakers, cosmetics industry and food industries and a specialization in the implementation of strategic management systems, solid waste management, sustainability projects in the supply chain, audits and regulatory processes in environmental agencies and leadership of multidisciplinary teams. She is currently the Nestlé Sustainability manager and the leader of the Water WG of Rede Brasil of the Global Compact.
Felipe Cunha
The Brazilian Business Council for Sustainable Development - CEBDS
Felipe Cunha is a Technical advisor for Water and Agriculture of the Brazilian Business Council for Sustainable Development (CEBDS). He is graduated in Geography and Environment from PUC Rio and is a MA in Economics for Transition from Schumacher College (UK). Felipe has experience working for more than 10 years as a consultant and facilitator of sustainability and organizational culture development in several organizations such as Petrobras Biocombustível, SBM, Solargrid, Rio City Hall, McKinsey, Noos Institute, Improvement and UTN, among others.
Giuliana Moreira
The UN Global Compact
Advisor of Water Stewardship at the Global Compact Network Brazil and researcher at the Pacific Institute/The CEO Water Mandate (since 2017), conducting research and analysis on water stewardship issues in Brazil and supporting the UN Global Compact CEO Water Mandate as well as the WASH4Work initiative. She worked at the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) on a project focused on the expansion of the safe use of wastewater in agriculture and agroforestry and also supported the development of FAO’s Global Framework on Water Scarcity (WASAG). She holds a BS (with Honors) in Environmental Sanitation from the Federal Institute of Education, Science and Technology (IFSUL) in Brazil and a Master’s degree in Water Resources and Environmental Sanitation from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS) in Brazil.
Ilana Dalva Ferreira
CNI - National Confederation of Industry
A specialist in Policies and Industry of the Executive Management of Infrastructure of the National Confederation of Industry. She is graduated in Economic Sciences at the University of Brasília and holds a Masters ´Degree in Economic Management of the Environment with emphasis on Economic Valuation of the environment and PHD in Economics at the University of Brasília. She has been working in the area of infrastructure for ten years, focusing on the development of studies, statistical analysis and defense of interest in public policies in the areas of investment in infrastructure and sanitation.
José Quadrelli Neto
CNI - National Confederation of Industry
He is an environmental engineer at the Catholic University of Brasília, with a postgraduate degree at the University of Brasília in Geoprocessing with emphasis on environmental analysis and a Master´s degree in Engineering at the Aeronautical Technological Institute - ITA with emphasis on sustainability. He has been working since 2007 with environment and sustainability and for two years on Water Resources at CNI. He also teaches Environmental Management and Water Resources Management classes.
Maria do Socorro Lima Castello Branco
CNI - National Confederation of Industry
She holds a Master´s Degree in Environment and Sustainable Development at University of Brasilia (UnB), with a focus on water resources research. She has an interdisciplinary education: she is a lawyer specialized in Constitutional Law and Public Law and a Chemical Engineer. She has been working for more than 13 years in the area of Integrated Management of Water Resources, acting in the process of political decision making and in the formulation of public policies; elaboration and establishment of strategies of government relations, analysis of regulatory risk, with emphasis on sustainable environmental development; regional development; participative management; transparency and accountability. She presided until May 2018 the Brazilian Water Partnership, a network that integrates the Global Water Partnership recognized in the international scenario by the Global Water Partnership (GWP). Its mission is to promote water security, production and dissemination of knowledge.