Board

Enio Stein*

Treasury manager at Vale, he has sat on the audit committee since SITAWI’s foundation in 2008. Engineer from ITA, he holds an MBA degree from Harvard Business School. Current member of Fund Audit Committee at Vale, he has also been a consultant at McKinsey, where he worked for over 10 years, and at Freedom’s CFO, an startup focused on mobile payments.

Franklin Feder

Independent advisor and former CEO of Alcoa Latin America & Caribbean, he joined SITAWI’s Board in 2015. Originally from the US, Frank has served as consultant, corporate vice-president and managing director. Currently he is member of the Administrative and Advisory Boards of five organizations.

Guilherme Affonso Ferreira

President of Bahema S/A and SITAWI’s advisor since 2012. He is also member of the Administrative Council of Sul América S.A, Petrobras, Gafisa S/A, Valid S/A, Arezzo S/A and Time for Fun S/A, companies listed on São Paulo Stock Exchange (Bovespa), and the textile company Tavex S/A CV located in Madrid and listed on Madrid Stock Exchange. He also participates of the advisory council of other philantrhopic entities, such as the Institute of Entrepreneurial Citizenship, Esporte Solidário and AACD.

Lucia Hauptman

Founder and president of PRADA Consultancy Services and a SITAWI board member since 2016. She founded ComDominio Inc., a data storage company later sold to a private equity fund. She was manager of Booz & Company, Vice-president of Credit Suisse and member of both the corporative finance board and M&A at JP Morgan. Currently, she is also a member of the Administrative Council of Porto Seguro, an insurance company.

Thomaz Conde

Social investor (2014)

Tomaz Solberg

Conflict mediator, he has served as a strategy management advisor of Firjan, SESI and SENAI for 8 years and he participates of SITAWI’s board since its foundation, in 2008. Tomaz is Carioca and has already worked as the manager of Nonprofit Finance Fund, in New York, and companies, such as Net Services and IBM. He has also been an advisor for Rio Voluntário and the Center for Family Representation.