My role is to articulate networks of actors in the Arapyaú ecosystems. I value clarity and objectivity in communication and like to structure collaborative solutions to any challenge. On the three fronts in which I operate, I seek to support the construction of voices and positions.
One of my goals at Instituto Arapyaú is to help ensure that the actions of the Climate Change program have a systemic and cross-cutting approach. I seek to foster a dynamic, comfortable, transparent and caring environment for people in when managing the network in which we operate.
I work as an assistant to the MapBiomas project, one of the main initiatives within the Institute’s Climate Change Program. I organize events and communication, as well as assist in the administrative part of the project. I believe effective communication and access to information through words, images or maps can change the world.
In the institute I have the challenge of conducting projects aimed at improving public education in the south of Bahia. These projects involve public administration, schools, teachers, students and the community. My dream is to transform the world through education.
I take care of the board’s agendas, routines and commitments. I also organise the institute’s internal and external events and provide support for the administrative department.
My function at Arapyaú is to help keep the space clean, organized and pleasant to work in. I am studying Education and my dream is to work with literacy for young people and adults. I like to help people because I know there are many people who need support.
My work is to support the institute’s programme teams with project management methodologies. I want to help expand the positive impact of our actions, generating a more harmonious relationship between our society and the environment we live in.
I am one of the ones who have worked here longest. I enjoy taking great care of the office here in Serra. I am very happy at Arapyaú, and my work here helped me buy my house more quickly. Also I really like the entire team. They all are very good to me.
Here at Arapyaú I have been taking care of people in the Human Resources area. I am also responsible for the financial area. I believe people are the key to the success of any company, institution or project.
I work on the front involved in developing cocoa growing. I think that projects to boost a crop considered important for the region based on real economic development – taking into account economic, social and environmental aspects – are inspiring.
I support the monitoring and management of the Institute’s Climate Change projects. I believe that the responsibility for building a sustainable future, both socially and environmentally, is collective. I consider it an opportunity to collaborate with this construction through our projects.
Allying knowledge production and management with what is actually happening in the area and in public policy is my challenge in the Instituto Arapyaú. I believe in this way we can build strategies with the institute’s networks and partners more collaboratively, and the sustainability agenda gains even greater relevance and scale in Brazil.
I work in the administrative financial area preparing contracts and providing support for the team. I believe that human beings can always improve and learn that a sense of justice and equality need to go hand in hand.
I am responsible for monitoring Arapyaú’s finances, helping manage its resources. I invest in quality in interpersonal relations for my personal and professional development.
I support the coordination and monitoring of the Institute’s Climate Change projects. I am also responsible for organizing and producing events related to this agenda. I look forward to generate a positive impact with my work and I chose the environment because I believe in its potential for transformation when articulated to social impact.
I am responsible for reinforcing – by means of partnerships and support for projects -initiatives that seek to reconcile economic development and environmental conservation in Brazil. I believe that reviving people’s connection with nature is key to conserving biodiversity, improving people’s quality of life and driving the sustainable development of the country.
I head Arapyaú’s actions and partnerships in the south of Bahia. My challenge is to engage actors in promoting structured, scalable initiatives in the social, environmental and economic spheres. I believe that networking is key to promoting positive changes in society.
I take care of the institute’s communication. I joined Arapyaú with the challenge of contributing to building and strengthening its institutional voice. I believe in the power of careful, transparent, well prepared communication has to promote and support projects, actions and relations.
I am head of the strategic planning, project management and communication area. In this area I assumed the commitment of implementing and managing high impact projects. Another challenge is to strengthen our institutional voice, structuring our communication and aligning it with our causes by strengthening the institute’s institutional voice.
I am responsible for coordinating the institute’s strategic planning, ensuring alignment between our activities and strategies, as well as studying new – and better – ways of achieving our goals and impacts. I think that by working in participative and collaborative ways we will promote the changes we want to see in our society.
The impact of climate change is an agenda that public administration and other sectors of society cannot be silent about, and on which they must take transformative action. I lead, in the Climate Change Program, the front of institutional strengthening of subnational governments in the Amazon region to face this challenge.