We count on a multidisciplinary team of collaborators who support specific projects. They are psychologists, anthropologists, economists, and social workers who work together with the consultants, whenever their expertise is required.
Beatriz is responsible for Move’s day-to-day financial administration. She has previously worked in various accountancy firms. He holds a degree in Accountancy from Trevisan Business School in São Paulo.
Rodrigo learnt, as Maria Antônia’s right-hand man, about administration, numbers, profit and stage performance. He has helped to fill the cold, tightly-packed seats of many a great theater. As he roved from theater to theater, he finally encountered Consolação, which practices a different kind of stagecraft, and he was invited to join. Nowadays, he sits to the left of Maria Antônia, and has managed to create engaging and convincing characters that internalize the wealth of his own experiences.
Luíz helps to produce Move’s visual communications materials. He has conducted workshops for open courses in the field of design. He holds a degree in Graphic Design from the São Paulo University Fine Arts Center.
Paola works in strategic planning and project evaluations. She also has experience in large multinationals and, in the social field, was responsible for developing partnerships with private social investors, for the implementation of the Project Management area in CEDAC’s Educational Community and for networking with municipal educational departments. She specialized in private social investments at ESPM/GIFE, in public policies at the Federal University of ABC and has a chemical engineering degree from the Federal University of São Carlos.
Max works with project evaluation in the areas of health, social work and human rights. He was a researcher of the Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP)’s Health Programs Evaluation Laboratory and of the National Program for Improvement of Primary Care Access and Quality, conducted by the Ministry of Health. He has a Master’s in community health from the University of São Paulo (USP) and a bachelor’s degree in social work from the Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP).
Gabriela works in strategic planning processes, organizational development and evaluation of projects in the areas of social work and human rights. In the social field, she has worked with facilitation of institutional development processes and with research in different organizations, among them the Telefônica Vivo Foundation and the International Socio – Environmental Fund (FICAS). She has a master’s in public policy management and a bachelor’s degree in social science from the University of São Paulo (USP).
Elis works with evaluation of projects in the areas of health, social work and human rights. She was a researcher in the National Program for Improvement of Primary Care Access and Quality, conducted by the Ministry of Health, and in the Human Rights Reference Center in Santos (State of São Paulo). She specialized in evaluation of public policies at the University of Seville, evaluation of health services at the Porto Alegre Federal University of Health Science and has a degree in psychology from the Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP).
Walquíria works in project evaluation in the areas of education and public management and coordinates Move’s Studies in Racial Equality Nucleus. In the social sphere, she collaborated with several organizations such as Todos Pela Educação (All for Education), Fernand Braudel Institute and Saci Institute, of which she was President from 2012 to 2016. She is a specialist in Brazilian studies, having studied at the São Paulo School of Sociology and Politics Foundation, has a bachelor’s degree in public policies management and is currently finalizing her studies in pedagogy at the University of São Paulo (USP).
Vanessa works in organizational development processes, planning and evaluation of impact businesses. She accumulated experience in qualitative research methodologies, especially in the areas of urban violence, human rights and rights of children and adolescents. She was a researcher for the University of São Paulo’s (USP) Nucleus for the Study of Violence and conducted research for World Health and United Nations Organizations. She has a doctorate in sociology from the University of São Paulo (USP), a master’s in sociology from the State University of Campinas and has a bachelor’s degree in social sciences from the University of São Paulo (USP).
Juliana works with evaluation processes in the areas of education and social work and coordinates Move’s Gender Studies Nucleus. In the social area, she worked in the coordination of research and in the evaluation and monitoring of human rights enterprises, such as the Aldeias Infantis SOS (SOS Brazil Children’s Villages). She has a master’s in social and cultural anthropology from the Université de Provence (France)/University of Campinas (UNICAMP) and has a bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences from Pontifical Catholic University (PUC)-SP
Antonio works with planning, organizational development and evaluation processes, especially in the areas of culture, social work and education. He has accumulated experience in the development of strategic plans and theories of change, in group facilitating, community researches and project management. In the social sphere, he was a technical board member of APAE São Paulo and of the University of São Paulo’s (USP) College of Medicine Foundation. He has a master’s in Social Psychology from the University of São Paulo (USP) and a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Mackenzie Presbyterian University.
A Founding partner of Move, Daniel has ample experience in evaluation and designing of social impact solutions for corporate foundations, family foundations, NGOs and startups that operate in the areas of education, the environment and human rights. He was co-founder of the Fonte Institute and was a member of the W.K. Kellog Foundation technical board. He has a master’s in education from the Pontifical Catholic University-(PUC)-São Paulo and a bachelor’s degree in agricultural engineering from the University of São Paulo’s Luiz de Queiroz College of Agriculture – ESALQ. He has been a Board member of the Brazilian Monitoring and Evaluation Network since 2016.