Marielle Franco Working Group (GTMF)

The Marielle Franco Working Group – GTMF was founded in May 2018, when the Climate and Society Institute (iCS) decided to broaden the thematic discussion of racial diversity by hiring a consulting firm. Since then, the GTMF was structured and officially became the focal point for logistics, organization, affirmative action planning promoting the important change in organizational culture and also promoting awareness actions in the field of institutions that orbit the iCS.

The mission of GTMF

is to promote racial equity and to accelerate inclusion initiatives in the institutional development of iCS, internally stimulating the reflection and the racial equality in the profile of iCS employees, with special attention to decision-making positions. Externally, it develops a practical exercise in the raising of the awareness of the supported organizations , in order to encourage reflections regarding paths and practices of diversity of gender, race and inclusion.

With the support of consultancy by Carreira Preta, the GTMF currently coordinates the construction of an institutional policy of racial diversity and equity. This is transversal to the operating areas of iCS, with impacts on the organizations operating in the climate agenda.

Team

To carry out its activities, the GTMF is composed of representatives from different areas of iCS:

  • Carlos Thadeu

    Innovation and Technology Analyst

    Carlos Thadeu obtained a degree in Computer Networking from the Politécnico da Universidade Estácio de Sá in 2011. He had an internship at the Electronic Computing Center of UFRJ, where he also worked in IT Support for the Network of Computers and Servers in the Engineering Program of Systems and Computing at Coppe, which is one of the largest teaching and research centers for engineering in Latin America. Thadeu is also qualified as a Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) and he has worked for several companies in the technology area. He started working at the Institute for Climate and Society in June 2014 as a service provider and, since August 2022, he has been an Innovation and Technology Analyst of the DIT, at iCS.

    Carlos Thadeu

    Innovation and Technology Analyst

    Carlos Thadeu obtained a degree in Computer Networking from the Politécnico da Universidade Estácio de Sá in 2011. He had an internship at the Electronic Computing Center of UFRJ, where he also worked in IT Support for the Network of Computers and Servers in the Engineering Program of Systems and Computing at Coppe, which is one of the largest teaching and research centers for engineering in Latin America. Thadeu is also qualified as a Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) and he has worked for several companies in the technology area. He started working at the Institute for Climate and Society in June 2014 as a service provider and, since August 2022, he has been an Innovation and Technology Analyst of the DIT, at iCS.

  • Christian Basilio

    Data Analyst

    Christian Basilio Oliveira has a degree in Public Management from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. He has worked for more than 4 years in social projects and consulting and has extensive experience with Data Science, Business Intelligence, Political and Public Analysis and Georeferencing, in the public, private and third sector.

    He has actively participated in social movements that seek the promotion of more accessible public policies in favelas and peripheral areas. At iCS, his work involves the evaluation and analysis of data together with the coordination of the planning, evaluation and learning area.

    Christian Basilio

    Data Analyst

    Christian Basilio Oliveira has a degree in Public Management from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. He has worked for more than 4 years in social projects and consulting and has extensive experience with Data Science, Business Intelligence, Political and Public Analysis and Georeferencing, in the public, private and third sector. He has actively participated in social movements that seek the promotion of more accessible public policies in favelas and peripheral areas. At iCS, his work involves the evaluation and analysis of data together with the coordination of the planning, evaluation and learning area.

  • Julia Angel Santos de Souza

    Project Analyst

    Julia Angel has a degree in social sciences (UERJ), has been a social volunteer since she was 16, and is an educator and social communicator. She has a specialist qualification in public policies in Latin America from CLACSO and an MBA in project management and agile methodology. She has already worked on 200 social projects throughout Brazil, in educational and racial areas, with a focus on environmental racism in favelas, especially regarding solo motherhood and black genocide in Brazil. She has worked with business, is a leader and believes in being at the front of the power that the world needs. At iCS, she works as a Project Analyst for the Programmatic Team.

    Julia Angel Santos de Souza

    Project Analyst

    Julia Angel has a degree in social sciences (UERJ), has been a social volunteer since she was 16, and is an educator and social communicator. She has a specialist qualification in public policies in Latin America from CLACSO and an MBA in project management and agile methodology. She has already worked on 200 social projects throughout Brazil, in educational and racial areas, with a focus on environmental racism in favelas, especially regarding solo motherhood and black genocide in Brazil. She has worked with business, is a leader and believes in being at the front of the power that the world needs. At iCS, she works as a Project Analyst for the Programmatic Team.

  • Silvana Pires

    People and Culture Manager

    Silvana is a senior HR executive with significant experience in companies from different segments and complexities, including industry, retail, sports confederations and startups. She has enhanced actions in the construction, reformulation and creation of the people area and its subsystems with a focus on happiness, performance and human development. She has almost 20 years of experience in HR, with just over 10 years of experience in strategic leadership positions, mainly focused on talent management, diversity and inclusion, talent attraction and recruitment, project management and the strengthening of culture. In her experiences as a leader in the HR area, she has managed all the subsystems, reformulated or created the employee experience, the area of learning and development, remuneration, well-being, talent management and performance management. Her profile is focused on results, always aligning the strategic objectives of the organization to people management. Silvana has worked as a business partner and has been successful in the building of relationships on the most diverse levels, operating as an agent for the common good.

    Silvana has a degree in business administration and a postgraduate degree in HR and a master’s degree in people management. She has also trained as a behavioral analyst and with integrated systemic coaching. She is a born communicator and her passion and motivation are the subjects of diversity and inclusion, on which she has been working in related projects: lecturing, creating actions or mediating on the subject in companies. In 2022, she is a finalist for the Ser Humano [Human Being] award by ABRH with the theme related to racial diversity.

    Silvana Pires

    People and Culture Manager

    Silvana is a senior HR executive with significant experience in companies from different segments and complexities, including industry, retail, sports confederations and startups. She has enhanced actions in the construction, reformulation and creation of the people area and its subsystems with a focus on happiness, performance and human development. She has almost 20 years of experience in HR, with just over 10 years of experience in strategic leadership positions, mainly focused on talent management, diversity and inclusion, talent attraction and recruitment, project management and the strengthening of culture. In her experiences as a leader in the HR area, she has managed all the subsystems, reformulated or created the employee experience, the area of learning and development, remuneration, well-being, talent management and performance management. Her profile is focused on results, always aligning the strategic objectives of the organization to people management. Silvana has worked as a business partner and has been […]

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