Carolina Cavanha currently manages the health team and has been a part of Prospectiva since 2012. She is experienced in strategic consulting projects, analysis of the impact of public policies on businesses, and planning of stakeholder engagement. Cavanha’s previous work experience includes internship at the Public Health School, University of São Paulo (USP). She holds a bachelor’s degree in International Relations from the University of São Paulo, and holds a master’s degree in Public Administration and Government, with concentration in regionalization of health services, from Fundação Getúlio Vargas. She closely follows issues involving healthcare regulation (ANVISA, ANS, CMED and CONITEC), sectorial politics and budget issues.
Debora Miura is an institutional manager and has worked at Prospectiva since 2005, serving as project manager in the health, education, technology, consumer goods and financial industries. She has vast experience in business intelligence, regulation, international trade, and risk and opportunities assessment. Since 2013, she has lead the design and implementation of strategic planning as well as the evaluation of business opportunities and strategic partnerships for Prospectiva. She holds a bachelor’s degree from PUC-SP; a master’s degree in European Union from the Royal Institute of European Studies of Zaragoza, specialized in Management Project from Senac and with an MBA in Big Data from FIAP.
Gabriel Kohlmann is the manager of infrastructure and works at Prospectiva since 2008. He has experience in political, economic and regulatory analysis and intelligence, consulting and strategic planning, working on industrial policy, foreign policy, public-private financing, trade policy, sector analysis, infrastructure policies, business strategies and business development. Kohlmann holds both a bachelor’s degree in International Relations from the Trevisan Business School, and a master’s degree in International Economy and Development from HTW, Berlin.
Thiago Vidal is the manager of the Political Analysis Unit (NAP) of Prospectiva Macropolitica, in Brasilia, Thiago Vidal was formerly a contributor to the Division of Disarmament and Sensitive Technologies (DDS) in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MRE) and in the Inter-Union Department of Parliamentary Assistance (DIAP). He holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from UnB, a master’s degree in Public Policy and Management for Development, and is currently in the process of receiving an MBA in Government Relations at FGV.
Bruna Huszar coordinates health projects, with an emphasis in Strategic Consulting. She has previous experience in international projects and public policies, with focus on business and partnerships development. Huszar holds a bachelor’s in International Relations from the University of São Paulo. Currently, she is attending PEC Advocacy and Public Policies studies at Fundação Getúlio Vargas.
Luciana Hachmann coordinates the area for the IT team. She is responsible for the sectoral reports, regarding healthcare issues in the legislative and executive branches. Hachmann holds both a master’s degree and a PhD in Political Science from the Kassel University, Germany, and a bachelor’s degree in International Relations from the Trevisan Business School.
Rafaela Henriques coordinates Analysis area of the health team at Prospectiva. She is experienced in identifying strategic business opportunities for companies entering the public health market, based on the analysis of government policies and programs. She holds a bachelor’s degree in International Relations from the University of São Paulo, and studied at the Quebéc University and University of Lyon. She also completed International Management and Leadership studies at Fondazione CUOA, Italy; Industrial Property at the Brazilian National Institute of Industrial Property (INPI); and Public Budget at Ministry of Planning, Budget and Management (MPOG).
Raquel Guimarães is the coordinator of Analysis at Prospectiva Macropolitica, in Brasília. She is experienced in the analysis of elections, with a focus on the Brazilian Senate. Guimarães worked in government relations at the Brazilian Association of Manufacturers of Soft Drinks, where she collaborated on the inclusion of soft drinks in the simplified taxation system known as “Simples Nacional.” She holds a bachelor’s degree in Political from the University of Brasília. As president of Strategos, junior enterprise of political consulting from University of Brasília, she led and managed projects of political analysis and parliamentary research.
Alexandra Martinez works at Prospectiva’s office in Miami. She interned at the International Rescue Committee, and at the office of a congressional U.S. Representative. Martinez also interned in the political department of the American Embassy in Brasília, where she deepened her understanding of political reform, Latin-American politics, and international relations. She graduated in International Relations and Political Sciences, with concentration in National Security and Latin American Studies, from Florida International University. Martinez is fluent in Spanish, Portuguese and English.
Aline Souza is an intern at the Political Analysis Unit (NAP), and is currently studying International Relations at PUC-SP. Before working for Prospectiva, she was coordinator of institutional partnerships at Prisma Consultoria Internacional. Souza also interned at the Network of Political Action for Sustainability (RAPS), an NGO for projects for creating political leadership.
Amanda Oliveira is an intern at Prospectiva Macropolitica. She interned at the Division for Trade Defense in the Ministry of Foreign Relations, working with organizations such as the World Trade Organization, and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. Oliveira has been part of research projects on political participation and social movements at the University of Brasília, and worked as a Teacher’s Assistant at IEMonit. She currently studying Political Science at the University of Brasília.
Anderson Luiz Dias works at Prospectiva Macropolitica, in Brasília, as a consultant in the area of consumer goods. He began his work in government relations by monitoring legislative affairs and discussions at the Brazilian Congress on topics such as electrical infrastructure, civil construction and retail. Dias holds a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of Brasília.
André da Vila is an intern in the Latin American Team of Prospectiva since 2017. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Public Administration in the University Fundação Getúlio Vargas and is now completing a second bachelor’s degree on International Relations in the University of São Paulo.
Andrei Mairro is part of the infrastructure team at Prospectiva, focusing on strategic consulting and sectoral regulation. He holds a bachelor’s degree in International Relations from the University of São Paulo and has interned at the New Zealand Consulate-General, São Paulo, and at Upside Finance Consulting, in financial structuring for energy-related projects.
Antonio Quintanilla works for Prospectiva’s Political Analysis Unit (NAP) based out of Washington, D.C. He previously worked in Global Mobility and Compliance for the law firms Greenberg Traurig and Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen, & Loewy. Mr. Quintanilla has also interned for PricewaterhouseCoopers the Library of Congress. He graduated in Latin American Studies from Brigham Young University and is currently pursuing a Masters in Latin American Studies – Political Economy and International Business Diplomacy at Georgetown University.
Bárbara Mendonça is an infrastructure consultant at Prospectiva. She is responsible for research, analysis, development of political scenarios, and strategies involving public policies. Her previous working experience includes an internship at the Brazilian Ministry of Foreign Affairs at the trade and services division. She also took part on a research project on public international law at the Université of Cergy-Pontoise. Bárbara holds a bachelor’s degree in International Relations from the University of Brasília.
Bruno Ziller is an IT consultant at Prospectiva. He worked at the American Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM) and at Investe São Paulo, entity associated with the Secretariat for Development of the State of São Paulo. Since May 2016, Ziller has been supporting the expansion of the Brazilian Association of Institutional and Government Relations (ABRIG), serving as regional director, São Paulo. He graduated in International Relations – Government Relations track, from the School of Higher Education in Advertising and Marketing (ESPM), and is a graduate student studying Political Science at the Foundation School of Sociology and Politics in São Paulo.
Camila Fernandes is responsible for the communications area of Prospectiva with a focus on content creation, events organization and internal project support. She has two years of experience interning with the communications department in Eli Lilly prior to working with Prospectiva. She also interned in the public relations firm In Press Porter Novelli, where she worked on projects catered towards Ambev. She holds a degree in Social Communication with an focus in journalism, from the University of Anhembi Morumbi.
Diana Amorim is an intern from Prospectiva’s infrastructure area. With academic experiences in Turkey and France, she develops research activities, analysis and stakeholder mapping. Previous to Prospectiva, she has worked as intern at the USP International Academic Cooperation Office, and in the third sector, providing information about administrative procedures and public policies regarding the Brazilian Refuge Act. She is currently pursuing a degree in International Relations from the University of São Paulo.
Dhiogo Rebouças, is a consultant at Prospectiva Macropolitica, in Brasília, dedicated to monitoring the Executive and Legislative branches for the health sector. His working experience includes the position of parliamentary advisor to the ex-Ministry of Planning, Miriam Belchior, where he was responsible for management and follow-up of strategic projects of the Federal Government. He holds a nachelor’s degree of Political Science from the University of Brasília, with a focus on e-government participation.
Emanuelle Lima is a government consultant and the team coordinator at Prospectiva Macropolitica, in Brasília. She is most experienced in the areas of heath and taxes, and monitors the Legislative and Executive branches. She graduated in Languages from the State University of Minas Gerais – Lavras.
Esther Fuentes is an intern for health at Prospectiva. She interned as a research associate at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs (COHA) think tank in Washington D.C. and is currently studying International Relations at the School of Higher Education in Advertising and Marketing (ESPM-SP), with an Government Relations track.
Eveline Santos is a government consultant at Prospectiva Macropolitica, in Brasília. She monitors waterway traffic, infrastructure of ports, alcoholic beverages and public sector carriers at the Brazilian Congress. Santos graduated in Political Science, and is currently pursuing a master’s degree in Sociology at the University of Brasília.
Giulia Branco is a consultant in the Political Analysis Unit (NAP) at Prospectiva. She is experienced in field research of school management practices in the region of Chapada Diamantina, Bahia; on the environment and sustainability in Costa Rica, and on income transfer policies in the Indian village of Barra Velha, Bahia. Branco was a part of a mayor’s campaign coordination in the city of Primavera, Pernambuco, and was executive producer of the documentary “Primavera do Brasil”. For two years, she worked in engineering consulting for urban development projects, and structural development analysis of public administration. Branco graduated in Public Administration from Fundação Getúlio Vargas, with additional training in International Relations.
Guilherme Klein is an economic analyst in the Political Analysis Unit (NAP) at Prospectiva Macropolitica, in Brasília. He graduated in Economic Science from the School of Economics, Business Administration and Accountancy of São Paulo (FEA/USP) and holds a master’s degree in Economic Theory from the same institution.
Helena Esteves is a health intern at Prospectiva Macropolitica, in Brasilia. She is president of Strategos, a junior enterprise for political consulting services from the University of Brasília, where she develops political analysis and government research projects. Esteves chaired the Student’s Union, and interned at the Ministry of Foreign Relations, assisting foreign ambassadors’ events and protocols at Protocols General Coordination. She is currently studying Political Science at the University of Brasília.
João Victor Mota is an intern at Prospectiva Macropolitica, in Brasilia. His previous experience includes working as a consultant in Strategos, a junior enterprise in the University of Brasilia (UnB). He has participated in political analysis projects and parliamentary research, focusing on accompanying the Congressional Inquiry Commission (CPI) in Petrobras. He was also an intern in Umbelina Lobo, a consulting company where he was monitored the legislative branch. He is currently studying Political Science in UnB.
Julia Santos is a member of the health team, assisting in Analysis projects and strategic consulting studies. She worked at the NGO Worldlink for Grantmaker Support, with focus on legal and fiscal milestones for the third sector. During her undergraduate studies, she researched the impacts of corporate social responsibility on government interaction. Santos graduated in International Relations from the School of Higher Education in Advertising and Marketing (ESPM) with a minor in Government Relations, and attended an extension course at IÉSEG School of Management, France.
Leonardo Simi is an intern at Prospectiva Macropolitica, in Brasília. As former staff manager director at Strategos, a political consulting junior enterprise in University of Brasília, he participated in political analysis and government research projects, including surveys for the National Confederation of Industries (CNI) and monitoring of the Executive branch for Shell. Simi also interned at the National School of Public Administration (ENAP) and is currently studying Public Policy Administration at University of Brasília.
Matheus Maia is a consultant in Prospectiva’s Corporate Finance sector, focusing on financial structuring and project modeling. He worked for two years as a trainee in the area of Legal Entity Control at JP Morgan Bank. He was also an analyst at Valora, where he supported in the modeling of infrastructure projects and evaluation assessments in several sectors, and worked in Tectrans with the same focus. Matheus holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of São Paulo’s school of economics, business and accounting.
Rafaella Lopes is a consultant from the Health team, focusing on development and analysis of education, health and e-government data. She is holds a degree in Public Administration at Fundação Getúlio Vargas, and has attended an extension course in Sciences Po (Paris). Lopes had additional training in business and strategic consulting at University of São Paulo. She performed public policies studies at the three government levels, in the national and international arenas. Lopes received a merit award from the Center for Government and Public Administration Studies for her science literacy. She has interned at the government and institutional relations department of Itaú Unibanco, and in communications at ponteAponte Social Entrepreneurship.
Vanessa Ponitrolli is a consultant in Prospectiva’s health team, supporting analytical projects in political, sectorial, and strategic consulting. She has experience in the cosmetics sector, having interned in L’Oreal Brazil, and in the pharmaceutical industry, having worked at the public affairs and government relations department at Sanofi. She has a degree in International Relations with a focus in Government Relations from the ESPM institution in Brazil, and has academic experience in Antives (Côte D’Azur, France) and complementary training in government relations and corporate strategy from the Euvaldo Lodi Institute/National Confederacy of Industry.
Zue Diaz is an intern at Prospectiva’s Miami office. She is currently studying International Relations and Public Relations (double degree) at Florida International University and is part of its Model United Nations team and the university newspaper. She is fluent in English, Spanish, and Portuguese, having lived in Venezuela, Argentina, Brazil, and the United States. She has past internship experience in the marketing and trade departments of the Spain-US Chamber of Commerce. In Prospectiva, she provides support in regards to the general development of the Miami office, and actively engages with the teams from Brasília and São Paulo.
Antonio Augusto de Quieroz is a consultant at Prospectiva Macropolitica, in Brasilia. As a political analyst, he focuses on monitoring trends, the national congress, labor legislation, public services, and the legislative process, among other political areas.
Gianpaolo Machado Lage de Melo is an consultant at Prospectiva Macropolitica, in Brasilia. Previously, he worked as a tax advisor to the PPS and for one of the Board of Directors in the House of Representatives, also working as a consultant in Arko Advice. He holds a Master’s degree in Law, International Relations and Development from Universidade Católica de Goiás, with an emphasis in the Environmental Market. He also holds a postgraduate degree in Economic Integration and International Tax Law from the School of Finance Administration through a cooperation between the University of Münster and the Getúlio Vargas Foundation.
Zilmara David de Alencar: Associate Consultant of Prospectiva Macropolitica specializing on union issues. She has represented the private sector, developing defense strategies alongside government entities, the judicial branch, and the Public Ministry. In the Ministry of Labor, she served as a legal consultant of the Ministry’s labor relations coordination. Previously, she worked at the National Council of Labor Relations, serving as Secretary of Labor Relations, coordinating the democratization of labor relations and executive actions of the council. Alencar has a background in law.