Meet the speakers who have already confirmed their presence at 2020 Forum.

Adriana Barbosa


She is the woman behind PRETAHUB Platform. Graduated in event management, her professional activities began in 1995, in the area of ​​communication.

As a social entrepreneur, she went through the main accelerators of the social business ecosystem in Brazil. In 2017 Adriana Barbosa was honored as the 51 most influential blacks under the age of 40 in the world according to Mipad, a global award.

In 2019 Adriana Barbosa won the Grão Trophy category of the Social Entrepreneur Award promoted by Folha de S.Paulo and also winner of the Entrepreneurship and Business category of the CLAUDIA 2019 Award. In January this year, Adriana won the Arts Award of São Paulo State, in the urban culture category. She was recently nominated for the Ford Foundation’s fellows team of global leaders.

Alcione Albanesi

Amigos do Bem

Alcione Albanesi is a businesswoman who built FLC, a company that has become a leader in the light bulb segment in Brazil. In 2014, she sold FLC to become a full-time volunteer at Amigos do Bem, the social project she founded in 1993 in the Brazilian northeastern hinterland. Nowadays, Amigos do Bem is one of the largest social national institutions, which created an Impactful Social Development model with 9,600 volunteers who assist 75,000 needy people. It generates 1,000 jobs in the hinterland and provides education to 10,000 young people and children.



Andrea Hanai is Project Manager at IDIS. Previously, she was Relationship Manager in the Corporate Banking area of Banco Sudameris and Banco ABN AMRO Real, and Corporate & Investment Banker in the Global Banking & Markets area of Banco Santander Brasil. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from FEA-University of the State of São Paulo, an MBA in Finance from Insper and an International Master’s Degree in Sustainable Development and Social Responsibility from EOI – Escuela de Organización Industrial de Madrid, where she specialized in inter-sectoral partnerships for development.

Antonio Carlos Pipponzi

Raia Drogasil

Chairman of the Board of Directors of RaiaDrogasil SA. Pipponzi also serves as mentor for executives and entrepreneurs of Endeavor, participates in the governance committee of family businesses at IBGC, in the professional development for students at Endowment Amigos da POLI-USP and is a member of the board of the Retail Development Institute.

Graduated in Civil Engineering from the Polytechnic School of the University of São Paulo (POLI-USP) and post-graduated in Business Administration from Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV-SP), he started his career at Droga Raia, where from 1982 he led its growth until November 2011, one year after the company’s IPO process. From then on he conducted the merger with Drogasil and became chairman of the Board of Directors of RD, the company resulting from the process, a position he holds until today.

Átila Roque

Ford Foundation

Historian and political scientist, Átila Roque leads the Ford Foundation office in Brazil, overseeing every donation of money in the country. He has a trajectory focused on issues related to human rights and social justice in Brazil and abroad. He has held leading positions in different Brazilian and international civil society organizations such as Amnesty International in Brazil, the Instituto de Estudos Socioeconômicos (INESC), ActionAid International in Washington, among others.

Beatriz Bracher

Filantropa e Instituto Galo da Manhã

Beatriz Bracher, from São Paulo, Brazil, 59 years old, is a writer, screenwriter and was one of the founders of Editora 34 and Chão Editora. She published the novels ‘Antonio’ and ‘Anatomia do Paraíso’, and co-authored the scripts for ‘Os Inquilinos’ and ‘O Abismo Prateado’. Earlier this year she created the Galo da Manhã Institute.

Benjamin Bellegy


Benjamin Bellegy is the Executive Director at WINGS, a global network of 130 organizations supporting and developing philanthropy, giving and private social investment in 45 countries. Together, WINGS’ members support and provide leadership to nearly 100,000 philanthropic entities worldwide. He has previously led international programs in a variety of fields such as local civil societies’ strengthening, sustainable development or post-disaster reconstruction. Prior to WINGS, Benjamin was managing international programs at Fondation de France, where he has led several collaborations with other foundations and worked on the issue of philanthropy development. He has previously worked for the International Cooperation Agency of Monaco and for several NGOs in Ethiopia, Tunisia and Canada. He also has an extended field knowledge of a number of other countries and regions such as North and West Africa, Haïti, the Philippines and Nepal. He earned a master’s degree in non-profit organizations’ management from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques of Grenoble.

Carola Matarazzo

Carola Monteiro de Barros Matarazzo is 52 years old, has three children and lives in São Paulo. In 2000, she joined Liga Solidária, a non-profit charity that has been developing socio-educational and citizenship programs for 96 years and today benefits more than 10,000 children, adolescents, adults and the elderly. Over 18 years of voluntary work in the League, Carola held several positions, including that of treasurer, until reaching the presidency – where she remained from 2012 to 2018. Still in 2018, she was invited to help idealize the Bem Maior Movement, also a non-profit charity, where she is president until today. Founded by businessmen Elie Horn, Rubens Menin, Eugênio Mattar and Luciano Huck, the Bem Maior Movement has the challenge of doubling the volume of donations in relation to GDP within 10 years, acting directly on the Culture of Collaboration. Carola has a degree in Business Administration from Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado, in São Paulo, and is a member of the strategic council of Liga Solidária, Artesol, Instituto Protea, in addition to being a representative of civil society in the Orientation and Monitoring Committee of the State Fund for Combat and Eradication of Poverty.

Edu Lyra

Gerando Falcões

Edu Lyra lived his childhood inside a shack in a favela in Guarulhos, São Paulo. His father joined the organized crime and went to jail. However, his mother, Maria Gorete, inspired him to dream, saying: ‘Son, it doesn’t matter where you come from, what matters is where you are heading to’. This was enough for Edu to become the author of the book Jovens Falcões (Young Hawks) and the founder of Gerando Falcões Institute. The NGO, with more than 20 social programs, serves thousands of families in the community through sports and cultural education, professional training and income generation. 

Because of his work, Edu was selected by the World Economic Forum, as one of the 15 young Brazilians who can change the world, becoming part of the Global Shapers community. He was nominated by Forbes as one of the 30 most influential young people in Brazil and awarded the Young Entrepreneur of 2014 prize by LIDE. Eduardo Lyra has also had the honor of conducting the Olympic torch during the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio.


Economist and writter

Economist and Philosophy bachelor graduated from University of São Paulo. PhD in Economics from Cambridge University, where he was a professor between 1984 and 1987 and from 1988 to 2001. He taught at FEA / USP and at Insper. He is the author of several books and articles, having won two Jabuti awards: in 1994, with the book ‘Private addictions, public benefits?’ (Cia. Das Letras, 1993) and, in 1995, with ‘As partes & o todo’ ( Siciliano, 1995).

Eliane Trindade

Folha de S.Paulo

Eliane Trindade is the Editor of the Social Entrepreneur Award, from Folha de S.Paulo. She graduated in Social Communication from the University of Brasilia in 1990 and received a postgraduate degree in Political Science from the University of Pisa (Italy) in 1993. She has previously worked for the Brazilian magazines IstoÉ, Época, Marie Claire, IstoÉ Gente and Revista da Folha. She is currently the editor of the Social Entrepreneur Award, a partnership between Folha de S.Paulo and the Schwab Foundation, and also the holder of the Social Network column. In 2002, she won the Ayrton Senna Journalism Award for the article ‘What They Will Be When They Grow Up’. In 2005, she launched the reporting book ‘As Meninas da Esquina’ (Ed. Record), in which she gathered the diaries of six girls who were victims of sexual exploitation in Brazil. The work inspired the movie ‘Stolen Dreams’ (2009), directed by Sandra Werneck and starring actress Nanda Costa.



Felipe Insunza Groba serves as project coordinator at IDIS. Previously, he was responsible for institutional relations and fundraising with large donors at the Estudar Foundation, and at Anfavea, where he was chief economist and foreign trade manager. He holds a master’s degree in Applied Economics and Public Policy Assessment from the Universidad del País Vasco (UPV / EHU) and a postgraduate degree in Philanthropic Studies at the University of Kent, and a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of São Paulo (FEA-USP).



Flávia Regina de Souza Oliveira is a partner of Mattos Filho Advogados, where she has been working with civil society organizations, Social Business and Human Rights for over 20 years. Graduated from the Faculty of Law of the University of São Paulo in 1994, she specialized in Tax Law from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo. She also holds a postgraduate degree in Business Administration from Third Sector Organizations from Getúlio Vargas Foundation and in Principles and Practices of Corporate Social Responsibility, Institution and Management of Getúlio Vargas Foundation and a Master in Management and Public Policy from Getúlio Vargas Foundation. She teaches at the Program of Continuing Education of Getúlio Vargas Foundation and at the MBA in Social and Environmental Business Management at ESCAS – School of Environmental Conservation of Sustainability.

She dedicates herself exclusively to the third sector, sustainability, and social responsibility, advising non-profit entities, companies and cultural institutions. She is specialized in structuring social business, human rights, corporate reorganization, contracts, taxes, corporate, administrative and consulting processes in national and foreign entities that operate in the most diverse areas, such as education, health, culture, environment and microcredit. Pioneer of the Pro bono Program at the office, she is actively involved in the development and maturation of the pro bono culture in Brazil.

Giovanni Harvey

Baobá Fund for Racial Equity

Giovanni Harvey is currently the Chairman of the Deliberative Board of the Baobá Fund for Racial Equity, Coordinator at Conectoras de Oportunidades and Director of the Habilco Institute. He has 30 years of experience in managing companies and social organizations. He was President of the Central Directory of Students of the Federal Fluminense University – UFF (1988 to 1989), businessman in the insurance and private pension sector (1994 to 2004), founder of the Incubadora Afro Brasileira (2004) and consultant of the Incubators Program of the Ministry of Economy of Republic of Cabo Verde (2007). He performed strategic functions at the three levels of Public Administration in the areas of Human Rights, Labor, Science and Technology, Social Assistance and Governance. He was National Secretary for Affirmative Action Policies (2008 to 2009) and Executive Secretary (2013 to 2015) of the Secretariat for Policies to Promote Racial Equality of the Presidency of the Republic – SEPPIR – PR.

Guilherme Brammer Jr.


Born in São Paulo, graduated from Universidade Mackenzie in Materials Engineering, MBA in Marketing from USP and specialization in sustainable business from FGV-SP. With experience in B2B business, including important companies in the sector of raw materials for industry such as Bemis, Celulose Irani, Avery Dennison, CSN, and Vitopel. Circular Economy Specialist, founded Boomera, a company recognized by the World Economic Forum and Entrepreneur magazine as one of the 5 StartUps that are making America more Sustainable, helps companies like P&G, Natura, BRF, Braskem, Unilever, Adidas, PepsiCo, Mondelez, Volkswagen among others, to transform the form of production into a more circular model. He was chosen Social Entrepreneur 2016 by Pequenas Empresas Grandes Negócios magazine, Professional of the Year 2016 by Embanews and Social Entrepreneur 2019 by Folha de São Paulo and Fundação Schwab.

Gustavo Montezano


Has a master’s degree in Economics from the School of Economics and Finance (Ibmec-RJ) 2007 and bachelor’s degree in Mechanical and Automotive Engineering from the Military Institute of Engineering (IME-RJ) 2003. Montezano was Chief Operating Officer (COO) of ECTP (BTG Commodities), based in London, and was previously the managing partner of BTG Pactual, responsible for the corporate and structured credit division in São Paulo. He started his career as a Private Equity analyst at Opportunity in Rio de Janeiro. He held the position of deputy special secretary for Privatization, Divestment and Markets of the Ministry of Economy. He is currently the president of the Brazilian Development Bank – BNDES.

Jair Ribeiro

Parceiros da Educação

Mr. Ribeiro is a managing partner of Sertrading SA, a Brazilian foreign trade company with revenues in excess of R $ 4.5 billion, president of Associação Parceiros da Educação and Casa do Saber SA, and member of the Board of Directors of Alicerce Educacional, of the Board of Todos pela Educação, and of the Management Committee of the São Paulo State Department of Education.

Jair Ribeiro holds a law degree from the University of São Paulo (1982), in Economics from FAAP (1982), and a master’s degree in law from the University of California – Berkeley (1984). In the second semester of 2019, he served as a visiting scholar at Stanford University’s School of Education.

José Luiz Egydio Setúbal

José Luiz Egydio Setúbal Foudation, and PENSI Institute

Undergraduate course in Medicine at Faculdade de Ciências Médicas da Santa Casa de São Paulo (medical school); medical residency at the Medical School at Universidade de São Paulo. Specialization in pediatrics; “Executive Leadership Program in Early Childhood Development” by the Child Development Center at Harvard University; graduate course in “Economics and Health Management” by UNIFESP. Currently, he is president and founder of the Fundação José Luiz Egydio Setúbal, vice-president of Instituto PENSI, chairman of the board of Associação Fundo Areguá and vice-chairman of the board of Associação Paulista de Fundações, and is a director at several institutions. He was the chairman of Irmandade da Santa Casa de Misericórdia de São Paulo (philanthropic institution).

Luiz Sorge

CEO of BNP Paribas Asset Management in Brazil and President of the board of IDIS

Luiz holds a degree in engineer with post-graduation in business administration from Armando Alvares Penteado Foundation and from the Continuing Education in Economic Scenarios Program of Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV-SP). With an experience of 20 years in the Asset Management Industry, he joined the BNP Paribas group in 2001, where he currently serves as the CEO of Asset Management in Brazil. Before, he worked at HSBC and CCF banks. He serves as vice-president at Brazilian Association of the Financing and Capital Marketing of Entities (ANBIMA), is the President of the board of IDIS, and is a member of the Banco Estado SA board and General Administrator of Funds (BEAGF) in Chile. In addition, Luiz Sorge holds the CFP®certification.

Marco Gorini


Marco Gorini is an investor and social entrepreneur, developer of business and innovative financial architectures to foster the ecosystem of socio-environmental impact. He has over 25 years of professional experience, dealing particularly with strategic planning, business development and finance. Economist graduated from PUC-RJ and MBA from COPPEAD-UFRJ.

Matthew Bishop


Matthew was a writer and editor at The Economist for over 25 years. During 2018-19 he led the Rockefeller Foundation’s Bellagio Center on Lake Como, Italy, focused on convening people around tackling some of the world’s biggest challenges.
Through a variety of writing, editorial, and leadership roles, Matthew has committed himself to turning good ideas into forceful action. Bishop co-founded the Social Progress Index, helped to launch the #GivingTuesday campaign, and was a member of the G8 Taskforce on Social Impact Investing. Matthew has several influential books to his name, including (with Michael Green) Philanthrocapitalism: How Giving Can Save the World, described as the “definitive guide to a new generation of philanthropists” by Mike Bloomberg and featuring a foreword by Bill Clinton.

Michael Mapstone (UK)

CAF – Charities Aid Foundation

Michael is Director of External Affairs and Global Engagement and a member of the Executive Committee at Charities Aid Foundation. He leads the CAF Global Alliance, a leading international network of independent organisations working to grow giving and strengthen civil society.  He has spent the last 15 years working in civil society organisations and has significant experience of grant making, policy and organisational development, strengthening membership organisations, direct service provision and infrastructure support. Previously, he was a Special Adviser with the Commonwealth Secretariat leading on partnership and stakeholder management strategy for governments, inter-governmental institutions, private sector and NGOs. Before this, he was responsible for driving the global private sector strategy and overseeing a partnerships portfolio at Voluntary Services Overseas (VSO). Michael has extensive international experience, having worked across all continents and am accustomed to leading across languages and cultures.



Monica is the Vice-President and Executive Director of BrazilFoundation Institutional Relations, responsible for developing strategic partnerships and fundraising in Brazil. With over 20 years of experience in the social sector, Monica was Director for Latin America and Africa for Ashoka: Innovators for the Public – both the Brazil and the International Operations programs. She holds a PhD in comparative literature from UERJ and a Master Degree in Social History of Culture from PUC-RJ.

Morgan Doyle

Inter-American Development Bank (IADB)

Morgan Doyle is the representative of the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) in Brazil since March 2020, overseeing the Bank´s programming and the dialogue with the country. In his 23 years of career at the IADB, was representative in Uruguay (2017-2020), in Ecuador (2013-2017) and was Principal Advisor for the Vice Presidency of Sectors and Knowledge.

He led several operations in the financial sector, working with key public sector agencies involved in housing finance and support for small and medium-sized companies, debt management, regulation and supervision of the financial sector and transactions with guarantees, among others.

He holds a bachelor’s and master’s degree from Brown University in International Development, and has received several academic honors, including a Fullbright grant and a research grant from the Inter-American Foundation (IAF).

Paula Fabiani

IDIS – Institute for the Development of Social Investment

Paula Fabiani is IDIS’s CEO. Previously, she was the financial director of Maria Cecília Souto Vidigal Foundation and controller of Akatu Institute. Paula served in the Private Equity area of Votorantim Group and at one of the invested companies. She worked at BankBoston with asset management and M&A and at Lloyds Bank with trade finance. She has a Bachelor’s in Economy from the FEA-USP, holds an MBA from the Stern School of Business – New York University, has an executive education in Endowment Asset Management from the London Business School, Cambridge and Yale as well as in Nonprofit Sector Management from FGV. Author of two books about Endowments, and one about Early Childhood Development Project, she is the only Brazilian accredited SROI practitioner by Social Value UK. She is a member of the Network of Political Action for Sustainability – RAPS and member of the board of Vladimir Herzog Institute and WINGS.

Philip Yun

World Affairs / Global Philanthropy Forum (GPF)

Philip Yun is President and CEO of World Affairs. Previously, Mr. Yun was Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer of Ploughshares Fund. Prior to joining Ploughshares Fund, he was a vice president at The Asia Foundation (2005-2011), a Pantech Scholar in Korean Studies at the Shorenstein Asia Pacific Research Center at Stanford University (2004-2005) and a vice president at the private equity firm of H&Q Asia Pacific (2001-2004).
Mr. Yun was a presidential appointee at the U.S. Department of State (1994-2001), serving as Senior Advisor to the Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs.
Prior to government service, Mr. Yun practiced law at the firms of Pillsbury Madison & Sutro in San Francisco and Garvey Schubert & Barer in Seattle. He also was a foreign legal consultant at the firm of Shin & Kim in Seoul, Korea.
Mr. Yun attended Brown University and the Columbia University School of Law. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and member of the Board of Overseers for Brown University’s Watson Institute for International Studies.


IDIS – Institute for the Development of Social Investment

Raquel Altemani is IDIS’ finance manager, after two years working as project manager at IDIS. She also worked 3 years at Nielsen Brazil, engaging in project management, processes optimization and performance management, through the development and analysis of governance models and key performance indicators. Previously, she worked in Quality Standards at several financial institutions, including ibi Bank, Votorantim Bank and CBSS Bank, mapping and optimizing processes, performance and reducing organizational risks and implementing new products and platforms. She has a bachelor degree in Business from FEA-USP since 2003 and a graduate degree on Strategic Management of Sustainability from FIA since 2019.