Selma is Vice President of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion at J.P. Morgan, a global company leader in financial services. Previously, she was Executive Director at Baobá – a fund for racial equality, the first and only fund dedicated exclusively to promoting racial equity for the black population in Brazil. She has also worked as Manager of Social Responsibility at the Walmart Institute, as Sustainability Manager at Alphaville Foundation, and as Project Manager at the Technological Incubator of Popular Cooperatives of the Getúlio Vargas Foundation (ITCP-FGV). She is a member of the Advisory Council of the Coca-Cola Institute Brazil and of the Assembly General of Greenpeace Brazil. She has a degree in Business Management by the Osasco Technological Institute Foundation, a postgraduate degree in Strategic Management in Organizational Communication and Public Relations by the Communication and Arts Department at USP, and an MBA in Social Business Management by FIA. During the last few years, her focus has been to deepen academic knowledge on black history.