The Evolution of Global Mobility in Brazil
December 8th , 2022 11:00am ET.Register
Please join us for this discussion focused on global mobility in Brazil, including openness to diversity, the value of intercultural training, immigration advancements and gaps, and future trends.
CE: Attendees earn 1 (one) hour of (S)CRP®, (S)GMS®, and (S)GMS-T® continuing education credits.
Andréa Augusta Fuks
Born in Rio de Janeiro, Andréa graduated in Psychology at the Santa Úrsula University, in Rio de Janeiro, with a post-grad in psychoanalysis by PUC-RJ. She lived in Chicago between 1995 and 1997, where she also specialized in Couples and Family’s Therapy at the University of Illinois and at the Chicago Center for Family Health (CCFH), affiliated to the University of Chicago. Back to Brazil, she moved to São Paulo, where she completed an MBA in Human Resources at FIA-Progep in 2004. Since 2005, she has been teaching about International Management at the same MBA. She is a coach, graduated by Neuro Leadership Institute and a member of ICF and Coach PCC (Professional Certified Coaches). In 1999, she created, along with Vivian Manasse Teixeira Leite, the company Going Global, a pioneer in the cross-cultural training area, and in 2007, she became responsible for Global Line, a consultancy acting on people’s development that supports around 30 companies annually in projects related to Cultural Differences, Leadership Development, Coaching Processes and Team Integration.
Senior Global Mobility Specialist (SGMS-T), Daniela is Vice President – Latin America & North America Immigration Newland Chase/CIBT, with over 20 years’ experience in immigration to Brazil and advisory for immigration in Latin America. She has also worked with relocation (destination services), assisting multinational companies at transferring their executives. Fluent in Portuguese, English and Spanish, she is a lawyer with an executive MBA degree in Business Management and Development at FGV. She is recognized worldwide by Who’s Who Legal as a leader in corporate immigration. She is an active member of AILA (American Immigration Lawyers Association), IBA (International Bar Association), and ERC (Employment Relocation Council). She is also the Director and a Co-founder of ABEMMI, as well as a co-founder of the paradiGM Community.
Graduated in Law, MBA in Strategic Business, MBA in Strategic HR and Master of Science in Human Resources.
Paulo has almost 20 years of experience working with Global Mobility. He spent 15 years with EY, from where he left as the Global Mobility Senior Manager in charge of the Brazilian Central Region and Rio de Janeiro. During this period, he was responsible for supporting multinational companies regarding their global mobility program.
Paulo is currently the global head of Vale´s Mobile Talent program, which includes Traditional Global Mobility, National mobility, International Flexible Office and National Flexible Office.
Paulo is one of the advisors of the São Paulo Expatriate Management Group (GADEX).
Experienced in Global Mobility with a demonstrated history of working in the legal services industry. Skilled in Visas, Negotiation, Citizenship, Immigration Law, Staff Management and Customer management.Management and negotiation skills acquired from Fundação Álvares Penteado - Projects Management (PMI) and from UNESP - Universidade Estadual Paulista - International Relations.
Karina Victorino is a coordinator of People and Culture and joined CTG Brasil in 2018. Prior to joining CTG Brasil, Karina worked 8 years in Human Resources area of multinational companies dealing with International Assignments. Currently, Karina is responsible for Global Mobility, expatriate’s career development and Intercultural Actions role.
She is graduated in Business Administration and post-graduated in Leadership and Talent Management.