One Young World Brazil Caucus | São Paulo, 21 July 2018

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Join OYW Brazil's first Caucus of the year in São Paulo.

Saturday 21 July | 10:00 - 15:00

Johnson & Johnson. Av. Pres. Juscelino Kubitschek, 2041- São Paulo

*Registration is now full. 

About the event

Organised by Coordinating Ambassador for Brazil, Laura Fatio, the overarching theme of the Caucus will be Corporate Social Responsibility. The focus will be to promote discussion and collaboration between the corporate world and third sector to drive social impact. 

** Please note the event will be in Portuguese and is only open to Brazilian residents. There are no funding opportunities to attend this event. 



Session Topic Speakers

Welcome & Introduction

Fernando Rangel, Manager Apple & Former OYW Brazil Coordinating Ambassador 

Valéria Militelli, Leader Global Community Impact LATAM, Johnson & Johnson






11:15 - 11:25

PanelCorporate World





Business Purpose

Gaetano Crupi, President and General Manager, Bristol

Andréa Ziravello Elias, Human Resources Vice-President LATAM, Thomson Reuters

André Clark, President and CEO, Siemens

Facilitator: Giovana Barros, Strategic Collaboration Manager, Bristol & OYW Ambassador


Adriana Schneider, Coordinator NOVA & Co-Founder Cicclos


Panel: Third Sector

Thiago Fernandes, Business Development Director Instituto Ayrton Senna

Flávio Franco, Regional Senior Fundraising Coordinator ICRC

Daniel Bellissimo, Institutional Director and Facilitator of Development Processes, Instituto Terróa

Kelly Maurice, Executive Director Educando by Worldfund

Facilitator: Ana Barbar, Responsible for Health Program ICRC & OYW Ambassador



Facilitator: Leandro Machado, Co-Founder and Partner, Cause





Panel: SDGs

Orlando Nastri, Sustainability Consultant, Instituto Votorantim

Ana Carolina Famá, Researcher, UN Global Compact – Cities Programme USP Regional Office 

Leonardo Lima, Corporate Sustainability Director, Arcos Dorados/McDonald's

Facilitator: Rafael Angelo, Project Manager Siemens & OYW Ambassador


SDG Activity

Fernando Rangel, Manager Apple & Former OYW Brazil Coordinating Ambassador 


Closing Remarks

Fernando Rangel , Manager Apple & Former OYW Brazil Coordinating Ambassador 

*Agenda is subject to change

Speaker biographies:


Gaetano Crupi | President and General Manager Bristol-Myers Squibb Brazil

Gaetano Crupi is a successful agent of change with solid general management experience within the complexity of pharmaceutical industry with a wide range of experiences in Strategic and Line assignments. Consistently delivered positive outcomes and results in four different countries throughout four top multinational corporations: Eli Lilly, Abbott and Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS). As the General Manager at BMS, communicating company strategy, values, talent development and performance is his top responsibility. As an agent of change, he believes on influencing strategically the industry environment for a better patient access, making Pharmaceutical Industry part of the solution, not the problem in Health Care. Gaetano has a Bachelor in Business Administration from Faculdade de Ciências Administrativas e Contábeis Costa Braga and certificates on Leadership Executive Program from Harvard Business School and Situational Leadership from Eckerd College.

Andréa Ziravello Elias | Human Resources Vice President LATAM Thomson Reuters

Andréa Ziravello Elias is Vice President of Human Resources at Thomson Reuters for Latin America. Previously, she was Vice President of Human Resources for the Americas at Nokia Siemens, Director of Human Resources at Siemens Telecommunications, and has also worked extensively at Volkswagen. She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration from PUC-SP, a Postgraduate Degree in Business Strategy and a Specialization in Human Resources, both from FGV-SP.

André Clark | CEO & President Siemens Brazil

André Clark began his career in the Pulp&Paper industry in 1995. He has 17 years of experience in Energy, Oil&Gas, Manufacturing, Logistics and Infrastructure areas. He was CEO of Acciona for Brazil, Bolivia, Uruguay and Paraguay. Now, Mr. Clark is the President and CEO of Siemens Brazil, since November, 1st. He holds Bachelor’s Degree in Chemical Engineering from Universidade de São Paulo and an MBA in Finance and Operations Management from New York University Stern School of Business.

Adriana Schneider | Coordinator NOVA & Co-Founder Cicclos

Adriana has over 15 years of experience in Human and Organizational Development. She is a Consultant, Training Facilitator and Coach recognized by the American Society for Training and Development. She is a Practitioner in Neuro-Linguistic Programming and Behavioral Analysis Senior Consultant. Previously, she has worked as Manager of Corporate Education and Sustainability at SENAC Rio, Manager of Online Product at FGV and Relationship Director at E-talent. Adriana has a Postgraduate Degree in Education from PUC-Rio.                

Thiago Fernandes  | Business Development Director Instituto Ayrton Senna

Thiago Fernandes has joined Instituto Ayrton Senna in 2016 as Business Development Director, responsible for fundraising activities and new business development. Previously, Thiago has worked in Cyrela Brazil Realty on New Businesses, Management & Control, Sales and HR. He also worked in Roland Berger & Partners (offices in Sao Paulo, Madrid and Lisbon), developing projects of strategy, turnarounds, organization and efficiency in the financial sector, steel sector, utilities (energy), paper industry and service sector. Thiago has a Graduate Degree in Business Administration from FGV-SP and has an MBA from Michigan University.

Flávio de Mattos Franco | Regional Senior Fundraising Coordinator ICRC

Flávio has over 20 years of experience in fundraising and resources mobilization in different organizations, such as Amnesty International, UNICEF and Greenpeace. At ICRC he coordinates a team with regionally spread activities from São Paulo, and coordinates partnerships and strategic communication with ICRC’s headquarters in Geneva. He holds a Bachelor and Postgraduate Degree from ESPM, and an MBA from FGV-SP.

Daniel Bellissimo | Institutional Director and Facilitator of Development Processes Instituto Terroá

Daniel already managed and co-founded projects with social and environmental impact, solidarity economy, socio-environmental entrepreneurship and leadership development. He idealized and co-founded a project running in over 9 cities in Brazil, the Centro de Voluntariado Universitário, and also co-founded the Municipal Forum of Solidarity Economy in his hometown, Ribeirão Preto. With a Bachelor's and Master’s Degree from Universidade de São Paulo, he is now focusing on Instituto Terroá as his current and impactful efforts on social and environmental impact towards sustainability.

Kelly Maurice | Executive Director Educando by Worldfund

Kelly Maurice joined Educando by Worldfund in 2010, following a 25-year business development career in international banking. Having worked at BankBoston, JPMorgan and later at Royal Bank of Canada, she headed corporate and institutional business for the LATAM region. Kelly holds a BA in Philosophy and Studies of Religion from the University of Michigan.

Leandro Machado | Partner and Co-Founder Cause

Leandro is graduated in Political Science from Universidade de Brasília. He is Partner and Co-Founder of CAUSE, a consultant that supports brands and organizations managing its causes with strategies of awareness, engagement and mobilization. He is one of the idealizers and Board member of the Rede de Ação Política pela Sustentabilidade and member of Global Teacher Prize international jury. He has worked for more than fifteen years in institutional relations, crisis management and corporate communication for large companies. In 2015, he was acknowledged as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum. Leandro is passionate about democracy and popular participation - and believes that technology can play a key role in engaging ordinary citizens in politics and in the future of governments.

Orlando Nastri | Sustainability Consultant Votorantim Institute

Orlando holds a Degree in Business Administration from Universidade de São Paulo and is specialized in Innovation from Stanford University. At the moment, he is attending a Master in Sustainability at FGV-SP. In the last years, he has accumulated experience in the third and private sector. He was the Co-Founder of Centro de Voluntariado Universitário, an institution with activities in over 9 Brazilian cities. Orlando also had experience as a summer intern at Grameen Bank in Bangladesh and as Consultant for Coprocessing at Votorantim, a circular economy technology that replaces fossil fuel with renewable energy. Today he is a Sustainability Consultant at the Instituto Votorantim, carrying out territorial development projects.

Ana Carolina Famá | Researcher UN Global Compact - Cities Programme USP Regional Office

Ana Carolina has a Bachelor in Law from University of São Paulo (USP) and in Biological Sciences from Universidade Estadual Paulista, with a specialization in Coastal Management. Besides, she is pursuing her PhD in Environmental Science Program from USP Institute of Energy and Environment. Ana is Co-Founder and Partner of Iglecias & Famá Law Firm. She is Researcher at USP Law Faculty Group of Environment Applied Studies, USP Multidisciplinary Centre for Studies on Solid Waste and USP Center for Disaster Studies. Ana is also Researcher at the UN Global Compact - Cities Programme USP Regional Office.

Leonardo Lima | Corporate Sustainability Director Arcos Dorados/McDonald's

Leonardo Lima is an Industrial Chemist with an MBA in Strategies for Sustainable Development from FGV. He has been working in the industrial area for more than 35 years, working in several beverage and food multinationals such as AMBEV, Nabisco, KraftFoods, and General Mills. In 2007, invited by Arcos Dorados, the largest McDonald's franchise in the world, he assumed a role as Corporate Director of Quality, New Products, Nutrition and Sustainability for Latin America. Since 2013, when he returned to Brazil, he leads the Sustainable Development area of the company for Latin America. He chairs the AMCHAM Sustainability Committee and is the current Vice President of GTPS (Working Group for Sustainable Livestock). Education for Sustainable Development is his life purpose.     

The One Young World Brazil Caucus organising team is very thankful to share this day with participants representing: 

Private Sector:



Arcos Dorados



BNP Paribas Cardif



Cia de Talentos






F3 Capital


Grupo RBS


Johnson & Johnson 


Magazine Luiza

Mercado Livre


Oito Agency 






Thomson Reuters 



Public & third sector:

Amnesty International 

Associação Brasileira dos Profissionais pelo Desenvolvimento Sustentável

Base Colaborativa 

Educando by Worldfund 

Entrega por SP 


Governo do Estado de São Paulo

International Committee of the Red Cross 

Instituto Ayrton Senna  

Instituto Federal de São Paulo

Instituto Semear

Instituto Terroá 

Instituto Votorantim

Mapa Educação




Trade Social

UN Global Compact 


Young Enough Ambition

Yunus Social Business Brazil