Ana is an economist and has a PhD in political science. She is currently the executive director of the Institute for Climate and Society (iCS). Ana is the co-founder of GIP (Public Interest Management). She was chair of the board of Greenpeace International from 2010 to 2017. Ana has extensive experience working in the areas of public policy advocacy, environment and climate change, sustainable development and philanthropy. She has been a board member of several organizations, such as GIFE Brazil, WINGS, ITS and the Wikimedia Foundation. She is presently a member of the Network of Brazilian Women Leaders for Sustainability and a board member of Agência Pública, Gold Standard Foundation, ClimaInfo, Instituto República, International Transparency and IPAM.
Thatiana has a degree in journalism from FACHA, a master’s degree in political science from the Università degli Studi di Roma Tre, and a post-graduate qualification in media relations. She has national and international experience in the areas of communication and journalism, with expertise in the development of projects of external communication, internal marketing and media relations. She worked for about 13 years as a reporter, in media relations, and as an internal communications consultant in Europe and the United States. Thatiana has worked with the monitoring and realization of readings and analyses of materials in printed and electronic media. At iCS, she is the executive assistant, responsible for the strategic support - internally and externally – involving the institutional agenda and support for the iCS board.