Diretoria e Conselhos

Diretoria e Conselhos

Board of Directors

The Board of Directors is composed of at least five and at most nine members, all shareholders, 20% of which are independent board members elected at Shareholders’ Meeting for a two-year term, reelection allowed.

Board of Directors Title Date of Election End of Term of Office
Juan Pablo Zucchini Chairman April 18, 2018 GSM/2020
Mr. Juan Pablo Zucchini holds a degree in Economics from Pontificia Universidad Católica Argentina and an MBA in Business Administration from Universidad Austral – IAE. He is currently an independent member of the Board of Directors of Estácio Participações S.A. (since September 2017), in accordance with the definition of B3’s Novo Mercado Regulation for Independent Members, as well as member of the Personnel and Corporate Governance Committee and of the Strategy Committee of the Company. He is Chairman of the Board of Directors of Grupo Biotoscana S.A. (GBIO33), a publicly-held company operating in the healthcare sector, and member of the Board of Directors of Fleury S.A. (FLRY3), a publicly-held company and leader in diagnosis in the health sector, as well as Managing Partner of Advent International. He has 19 years of experience in private equity, leading several transactions. He currently focuses on investments in the education and healthcare services sectors in Latin America. Before joining Advent International, he worked at the Perez Compac Group for three years, where he took part in several privatization projects in Argentina, especially in the energy, oil and gas sectors. He was a member of the Board of Directors of the Faculdade da Serra Gaúcha and of Kroton Educacional, a publicly-held company in the education sector.
Maurício Luís Luchetti Independent Co-Chairman Apr 27, 2016 GSM/2020
Mr. Maurício Luis Luchetti holds a degree in Business Administration from Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-RJ) and a post-graduate degree in Finance and Human Resources from IAG at PUC-RJ. Currently, he occupies the position of Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors of Estácio Participações S.A., as an independent member, in accordance with the definition of B3’s Novo Mercado Regulation for Independent Members of the Board of Directors, elected as Board Member from April 2008 to January 2016. He is also working as Coordinator of the Personnel and Corporate Governance Committee since September 2016, a Committee to which he was elected as member from January 2014 to April 2016. He also holds the position of member of the Academic Committee since December 2016, and of member of the Audit and Finance Committee from April 2014 to January 2016. He also acts as an Independent Member of the Board of Directors of Construtora Tenda S.A. and as member of the Compensation, Appointment and Corporate Governance Committee. Since 2007, he has been a partner of Galicia Investimentos. From 1985 to 2003, he was part of the beverage company Brahma/Ambev, occupying several positions, the last being as Regional Officer, for 5 years, in which he was responsible for the Manufacturing, Commercial and Distribution areas in the Mid-West and North Regions of Brazil, and as Corporate Officer of People and Management, for 5 years, where he was responsible for all policies, Human Resources programs and Management Programs in all activities in Latin America, as well as for the Management of the Corporate University. From 2003 to 2006, he worked at the Votorantim Group as Executive Officer of Organizational Development at the VPAR Holding (2003 to 2004) and later as COO of Votorantim Cimentos Brasil (2004 and 2006). He also occupied the position of member of the Board of Directors of several publicly-held companies such as Taesa – Transmissora de Energia, Mangels, Nutriplant and Construtora Tenda.
Jackson Medeiros de Farias Schneider Independent Director Apr 27, 2016 GSM/2020
Mr. Jackson Medeiros de Farias Schneider holds a degree in Law from the University of Brasília and an MBA in Business Administration from the Business School of São Paulo. On December 5, 2013, he was elected Chairman and CEO of the Business Unit of Embraer Defense & Security, effective as of January 1, 2014. From July 2012 to December 2013, he worked as Vice-President of People, Institutional Relations and Sustainability at Embraer, a publicly-held company in the aircraft manufacturing industry. In the private sector, he was Deputy Officer of Corporate Relations at Unilever, a company that produces consumer goods, and Vice-President of Human Resources, Legal Affairs and Corporate Affairs at Mercedes Benz do Brasil, a company in the automotive segment. In addition, he was Chairman of the National Association of Automotive Manufacturers (ANFAVEA) and of the Brazilian Association of Cleaning Products and Related Industries (ABIPLA), as well as a member of the Board of Taxpayers of the Ministry of Finance. He is currently a member of the advisory board to the Management of Mercedes-Benz do Brasil, an automotive company, and of some associations such as the Ayrton Senna Institute, AACD (Association for Children with a Disability) and MASP (Paulo Assis Chateaubriand Museum of Art of São Paulo). He is also a member of the Brazilian Council for Economic and Social Development (CDES) and the Superior Council of the Center for Higher Studies in Control and Public Administration of TCU – CECAP/TCU.
Libano Miranda Barroso Independent Director Apr 27, 2016 GSM/2020
Mr. Líbano Miranda Barroso holds a degree in Economics from the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG), with a specialization in Finance from IBMEC, and a graduate degree in Business Law from Getúlio Vargas Foundation (FGV). He currently works as independent member of the Board of Directors of Estácio Participações S.A., in accordance with the definition of B3’s Novo Mercado Regulation for Independent Members of the Board of Directors, and as member of the Audit and Finance Committee, since April 2016, as well as a member of the Personnel and Corporate Governance Committee since December 2016. In February 2018, he became an independent member of the Board of Directors of Notre Dame Intermédica Participações S/A, a company in the health sector, and in March 2018, he became an independent member of the Board of Directors of Ri Happy Brinquedos S/A, a company in the toy retail sector. He has been a member of the Board of Directors, of the Audit and Finance Committees and of the Expansion Committee of Via Varejo, a publicly-held company in the retail segment, since February 2014, as well as the managing partner of J2L Gestão de Investimentos S/A, a company operating in areas such resource management and advisory services on mergers and acquisitions, since 2012. He was CEO of Via Varejo in 2014 and 2015, and as Vice-President of Operations of Grupo Pão de Açúcar in 2016. Previously, he held several executive positions, such as CEO of TAM Airlines, aviation company, from 2009 to 2012, where he structured the LAN-TAM joint venture, creating the LATAM Airlines Group. He created, structured and led the IPO of Multiplus S.A., a coalition company of loyalty programs, becoming its CEO in 2010. As Vice-President of Finance and Management of TAM, he led the corporate restructuring process during the IPO on Bovespa and NYSE, in 2005 and 2006, respectively. He also worked at CCR – Companhia de Concessões Rodoviárias as Finance and Investor Relations Officer, participating in the initial studies, creating and leading the IPO, inaugurating Bovespa’s Novo Mercado, of which he was the first Investor Relations Officer, in 2002.
Luiz Roberto Liza Curi Independent Director Jun 30, 2016 GSM/2020
Mr. Luiz Roberto Liza Curi holds a degree in Social Sciences/Sociology from the State University of Campinas (UNICAMP), with a specialization in Sociology of Science from the Institute of Philosophy and Human Sciences – IFCH/UNICAMP and a PhD Degree in Economics from the Institute of Economics/UNICAMP. He currently acts as independent member of the Board of Directors of Estácio Participações S.A., since July 2016, in accordance with the definition of B3’s Novo Mercado Regulation for Independent Members of the Board of Directors, as well as the position of Coordinator of the Academic Committee, since June 2016. In addition, he occupies the positions of Chairman of the Board of Higher Education of the National Education Council since 2016, and of Member of the Board of Higher Education of CAPES/MEC since October 2017. He has been a member of the Board of the National Education Council (CNE – Conselho Nacional de Educação) since 2012, member of the Board of TIM Institute of Education, Science and Culture and since 2014, and a member of the Board of Portinari Foundation since 2003. In the last 5 (five) years, he worked as: Chairman of the Institute of Educational Studies and Research Anísio Teixeira (INEP – Instituto de Estudos e Pesquisas Educacionais Anísio Teixeira), until May 2016; Executive Officer of Higher Education of UnyLeya from 2014 to January 2016; National Executive Officer of Higher Education and Research of SEB from 2008 to 2014; and Board Member of Leya Editora and UnyLeya Educação from 2014 to 2016.
Osvaldo Burgos Schirmer Independent Director Apr 27, 2016 GSM/2020
Mr. Osvaldo Burgos Schirmer holds a degree in Business Administration from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul and a Masters’ Degree from Southern Illinois University. He also holds several extension degrees, including one from Harvard Business School, focused on Management Tools for Senior Managers and partners of companies. He currently acts as independent member of the Board of Directors of Estácio Participações S.A., in accordance with the definition of the Novo Mercado Regulation for Independent Members of the Board of Directors, and as Coordinator of the Audit and Finance Committee, since April 2016. In addition, he has been an independent member of the Board of Directors of Lojas Renner S.A., a publicly-held company of the fashion retail segment, since April 2012, becoming Chairman of the Board as of April 2013. He is also a member of the Board of Directors and of the Advisory Committees of the Boards of the following companies: SLC Agrícola S/A., producer of agro-commodities, since June 2013; CMPC, producer of Pulp and Paper based in Chile, but with a relevant operation in Brazil through Celulose Riograndense. Chairman of the Board of the American Chamber of Commerce of the State of Rio Grande do Sul and Vice-Chairman of the American Chamber of São Paulo. As an executive, he worked for the Gerdau Group, a steel company, from 1986 to January 2013. In this company, he occupied the position of CFO, then of Vice President and of member of the Executive Committee. Throughout his career, he has lectured at international and national events on the capital market and, more recently, on Corporate Governance. He taught undergraduate and graduate classes at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul and is the Author of articles published in magazines and newspapers. The Brazilian Institute of Financial Executives granted him the “O Equilibrista” award and he was named the best “CFO” of Latin America by the Institutional Investor Magazine, when he worked as an executive.
Brenno Raiko de Souza Independent Director September 20, 2017 GSM/2020
Mr. Brenno Raiko de Souza holds a degree in Economics from Getúlio Vargas Foundation in Rio de Janeiro and a MBA from Harvard Business School. He is currently an independent member of the Board of Directors of Estácio Participações S.A. (since September 2017), in accordance with the definition of B3’s Novo Mercado Regulation for Independent Members, as well as member of the Audit and Finance Committee and of the Academic Committee of the Company. He joined Advent do Brasil Consultoria e Participações Ltda in 2011, and is the Executive Officer responsible for the health and education departments in Brazil. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of Fleury S.A. (FLRY3), a publicly-held company and market leader in diagnosis in the health sector, of Grupo Biotoscana (GBIO33), a publicly-held healthcare company and of Allied Tecnologia, a privately-held company leader in the commercialization of technology products. In recent years, he was part of Advent’s investments in United Medical, Fleury, Allied, Terminal de Contêineres de Paranaguá, Fortbrás and Easynvest. Before joining Advent, he was an associate at AT Kearney in São Paulo and New York for four years, where he received a global award for the results achieved with the client.
Igor Xavier Correia Lima Independent Director April 18, 2018 GSM/2020
 Mr. Igor Xavier Correia Lima graduated in OPM program from the Harvard Business School. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Aeronautical-Mechanical Engineering from the Technological Institute of Aeronautics (ITA) and an MBA from Kellogg School of Management (specialization in Finance). Mr. Igor Xavier Correia Lima has been the CEO of Instituto Sonho Grande since 2015, an NGO focused on improving basic public education in Brazil.  He previously worked at Kroton Educacional for five years, occupying several leadership positions, such as Distance-Learning General Officer, Vice Chief Operating Officer and Vice President of Integration. Prior to that, he worked as a consultant at McKinsey & Company. Over the last five (5) years, he has not received any (i) criminal conviction, (ii) conviction in CVM administrative proceedings, and (iii) has not received any final and unappealable ruling at the administrative or judicial level that has suspended or disqualified him from practicing any professional or commercial activity.
Flavio Benício Jansen Ferreira Independent Director April 18, 2018 GSM/2020
 Mr. Flavio Benício Jansen Ferreira holds a bachelor’s degree in Engineering. He was the CEO of Locaweb Internet S.A., where he currently serves as Vice President of Marketing and in several other positions since 2008. He is a Board member of Digipix S.A., a photo gift, photobook and photography e-commerce company; Lojas Quero-Quero S.A., a furniture, building material and consumer electronics retailer based in Southern Brazil; Fleury S.A., a clinical analysis laboratory, and Internet Meal Company Alimentação S.A. Mr. Flávio Jansen is an investor and Board member of Flyers 24 Horas S.A. – Anúncio e Divulgação, a company advertising retailer offers on websites and mobile phones through Guiato’s app and website. He is a managing partner of XS Consultoria em Tecnologia Ltda. Mr. Jansen was responsible for the inception of Submarino.com website, and acted as the company’s chief technology officer, later becoming the CEO. He was the Submarino.com’s CEO during the company’s IPO on the Bovespa and the merger with Americanas.com, which became B2W. He was an independent Board member of CETIP-SA – Mercados Organizados, a publicly-held company of organized marketable securities, derivatives and other financial instruments. He was also a Board member of the education company Grupo IBMEC Educacional S.A. Over the last five (5) years, he has not received any (i) criminal conviction; (ii) conviction in CVM administrative proceedings; and (iii) has not received any final and unappealable ruling at the administrative or judicial level that has suspended or disqualified him from practicing any professional or commercial activity.
Fiscal Council

Estácio Participações By-laws provides for a non permanent fiscal council to be installed at the request of the Company’s shareholders.

Fiscal Council Title Date of Election End of Term of Office
Pedro Wagner Pereira Coelho Councillor Apr 18, 2018 GSM/2019
Mr. Pedro Wagner Pereira Coelho graduated in Business Administration from the University Augusto Motta (SUAN) in 1978, and in Accounting from SOMLEI, in 1980. He is currently a sitting independent member of the Fiscal Council of Estácio Participações S.A. (since 2008), in acordance with the definition of B3’s Novo Mercado Regulation for Independent Members. In addition, he is a member of the Fiscal Council of the following companies: Parnaíba Gás Natural S.A., a publicly-held company operating in the oil and gas sector, since 2014; Magnesita Refratários S.A., a company in the refractory sector, since 2008. In addition, he is a managing partner of the following companies: Griffe Serviços Contábeis Ltda., which provides tax, accounting and auditing advisory services, since 2013; Rio Vermelho Empreendimentos e Participações Ltda., a company in the real estate sector, since 2005; Ocean Explorer do Brasil Ltda., which provides advisory services on business management, since 2005; Belavia Administração e Participações Ltda., which provides advisory services on business management, since 2010; Hainan Administração e Participações Ltda., which provides advisory services on business management, since 2010; South American Lighting Participações S/A, since 2016; as well as OI S/A, a publicly-held telecommunications company, since 2016. He was as member of the Fiscal Council of Lojas Americanas S.A., a publicly-held retail company, from 2000 to 2010, and Allis Participações S.A. (from 2012 to 2015).
Julio Cesar Piña Garcia Rodrigues Alternate Member Apr 18, 2018 GSM/2019
Mr. Julio Cesar Garcia Piña Rodrigues is an alternate independent member of the Fiscal Council of Estácio Participações S.A. (since 2017), in accordance with the definition of B3’s Novo Mercado Regulation for Independent Members. He holds a degree in Business Administration from FGV-RJ (1979), with an MBA from PUC-Rio and an extension degree from INSEAD (France – Advanced Management Program – 1995) and from Kellogg University (USA – Advanced Management Program – 2000). His main professional experiences include: (i) Managing Partner of Gulf Capital Partners, a company operating in the investment sector (2004/current); (ii) COO of Brasil Brokers, a Brazilian real estate company (from 2007 to 2015); (iii) CEO of Taho Telecom, a telecommunications company (from 2002 to 2004); Superintendent Officer of Telemar/Oi, a telecommunications company (from from 1999 to 2002); Officer of Fininvest S/A, a company operating in the banking and credit sector (from 1996 to 1999); Officer of Banco Gulfinvest S.A., an investment bank (from 1994 to 1996); and Managing Partner of Piril Ltda., which operates in the retail and wholesale of graphic material and supplies (from 1983 to 1994). He started his career at Lojas Americanas, where he worked for 6 years.
Emanuel Sotelino Schifferle Councillor Apr 18, 2018 GSM/2019
Mr. Emanuel Sotelino Schifferle graduated in Mechanical Engineering Production from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC RJ) in 1962, and holds an IBCG certification. He is currently a sitting independent member of the Fiscal Council of Estácio Participações S.A. (since 2009), in accordance with the definition of B3’s Novo Mercado Regulation for Independent Members. His main professional experiences in the last 5 (five) years include: (i) Member of the Fiscal Council of AMBEV – Companhia de Bebidas das Américas (since 2005), a publicly-held beverage company; (ii) Chairman of the Fiscal Council of Allis Participações S.A. (from 2011 to 2015), a holding company; (iii) Member of the Board of Directors of São Carlos Empreendimentos e Participações S.A. (from 2007 to 2011), a publicly-held company in the real estate sector; (iv) Member of the Fiscal Council of ALL – América Latina Logística S.A. (from 2004 to 2009), a publicly-held company in the logistics sector; (v) Managing Partner of ASPA Assessoria e Participações S/C Ltda. (since 1992), a company that provides advisory services on business restructuring, judicial recovery, negotiation of contract and transitional management. He participated in the privatization of the Federal Railway Network (South and Mid-West) and of Tele-Norte Leste. He was a member of the first collegiate body of the Brazilian Securities and Exchange Commission, integrating the team that established the regulatory body based on Law No. 6,385, of December 7, 1976.
Gustavo Matioli Vieira Janer Alternate Member Apr 18, 2018 GSM/2019
Graduated in Business Administration at UCAM-Ipanema, with an extension course at the MIT Sloan School of Management. He has been the CFO/IRO at Almeida Junior Shoppings Centers since 2017. Prior to that, he held leadership positions in the Financial department in several companies, notably as Executive Officer at Grupo Sá Cavalcante(2014- 2017), Head of Corporate Finances and IRO at Votorantim Cimentos (2013- 2014), General Manager at VLI Logística (2011- 2013) and Head of IR at PDG Realty (2007- 2011).
Vanessa Claro Lopes Councillor Apr 18, 2018 GSM/2019
Mrs. Vanessa Claro Lopes holds a Masters’ Degree in Management Systems from the Fluminense Federal University (UFF), a Bachelors’ Degree in Accounting from UFF and a Bachelors’ Degree in Systems Analysis from FATEC/BS, with specializations in Business Management from EAESP FGV and Computer Networks from São Judas University. She currently works as independent member of the Fiscal Council of Estácio Participações S.A., in accordance with the definition of B3’s Novo Mercado Regulation for Independent Members. She is also a member of the Fiscal Council of Terra Santa Agro S.A. and Renova Energia S.A., Chairman of the Fiscal Council of Via Varejo S.A. and of the Audit Committee of Tegma Logística S.A. She also worked as a member of the Fiscal Council of Gerdau S.A., as Internal Corporate Audit Officer of the TAM S/A Group and Internal Audit Officer of Globex Utilidades S/A. She started her career at PwC Brasil in the Systems Audit department and was responsible for the creation of the Group of Advisors of Telecom Network Services in Brazil. She was responsible for the Audit teams of the Telefonica Group’s mobile telephony companies. She was a professor of Systems Audit and Information Security at Faculdade Objetivo.
Saulo de Tarso Alves de Lara Alternate Member Apr 18, 2018 GSM/2019
Mr. Saulo de Tarso Alves de Lara is an alternate independent member of the Fiscal Council of Estácio Participações S.A. (since 2017), in accordance with the definition of B3’s Novo Mercado Regulation for Independent Members. He graduated in Business Administration from the Getúlio Vargas Foundation in 1979, and in Accounting from Paulo Eiró College in 1981, with an MBA in Managing Finance and Control from the International Institute for Management Development (IMD), in Lausanne/Switzerland, in 1994. His main professional experiences include: (i) member of the Fiscal Council of the following companies: (a) Equatorial Energia S.A., a publicly-held energy company (since 2016); (b) Centrais Elétricas do Pará S.A. CELPA, a publicly-held energy company (since 2016); and (c) Centrais Elétricas do Maranhão S.A.- CEMAR, a publicly-held energy company (since 2016); and (c) Centrais Elétricas do Maranhão S.A. – CEMAR, a publicly-held energy company (since 2016), (ii) Superintendent and CFO of Grenwood Resource Brasil Ltda., an American investment fund manager at TIMBER (since 2013), (ii) Member of the Board of Directors of REP (Shopping Malls), and TGLT, an Argentina real estate company (from 2013 to 2014); (ii) Member and Chairman of the Fiscal Council of the following companies: (a) PDG Realty S.A., a publicly-held real estate company (from 2012 to 2015); (b) Cyrela Commercial Properties S.A. CCP, a real estate company – income, malls, commercial buildings, industrial sheds (from 2008 to 2010).

 

Executive Officers

According to Estácio’s Bylaws, the Board of Executive Officers must be composed of at least three and at most eight members, with the designation of one Chief Executive Officer, one Chief Financial Officer, one Chief Academic Officer, and the other Executive Officers with no specific designation. The Executive Officers are elected by the Board of Directors for a two-year term and may be removed from office at any time.

 

Executive Officers Title Date of Election End of Term of Office
Pedro Thompson Landeira de Oliveira* CEO Aug 30, 2016 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2020 GSM
CEO of the Company since September 29, 2016. He has held the position of Investor Relations Officer from May 2016 to March 2018, and the position of Chief Executive Officer of the Company from July 2016 to September 2016, in accordance with item “g” of paragraph II of Article 22 of the Bylaws, as well as Chief Financial Officer from May to October 2016. He also worked as secretary of the Audit and Finance Committee from May to June 2016. Mr. Pedro Thompson has over 13 years of experience in the financial area, mainly working in Private Equity and Capital Markets. He graduated in Business Administration and attended the OPM (Owner and President Management) program, at Harvard Business School (HBS). He began his career at Deloitte in 2003 and, over 4 years, participated and managed several audit, risk assessment, due diligence and mergers and acquisitions projects. In 2007, he started working at PDG Realty, a publicly-held real estate company, and participated in the company’s IPO process, working in several financial areas: planning and control, mergers and acquisitions, treasury and investor relations, acting as Executive Director of Investments and Corporate Finance. From 2010 to 2012, he served as Board Member of REP (Real Estate Partners), an investment of PDG focused on real estate for rental. In 2012, he joined BTG Pactual, a publicly-held financial institution, where he remained until 2016. At BTG Pactual, he acted as Private Equity Director, and between 2013 and 2015, he was the CFO of Leader, one of BTG Pactual’s main investments then.
Gustavo Artur Ciocca Zeno* CFO and Investor Relations Officer Vice-President March 19, 2018 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2020 GSM
Mr. Gustavo Artur Ciocca Zeno holds a degree in Economics from Universidade Cândido Mendes/RJ and an MBA from IE Business School/Madrid. On March 19, 2018, he took on Financial and Investor Relations Department. He has 20 years of experience in areas such as controlling, finance, structured operations and development of new business. He worked as Financial and Investor Relations Officer of Mills and several other companies such as GRU Airport, Invepar, Banco Santander and Accenture.
Hudson Rubem De Oliveira Mello Junior* Education Vice President October 07, 2016 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2020 GSM
Mr. Mello Junior has been the Company’s Chief Academic Officer since October 2016. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering (Emphasis on Computer Science) and graduate degrees in Computer Networks and Management of Post-Secondary Education Institutions, all from Universidade Estácio de Sá. He has been working at Universidade Estácio de Sá, a post-secondary education institution controlled by Sociedade de Ensino Superior Estácio de Sá – SESES, since 1995, having held several positions in the academic administration and operations areas. He has been the Estácio Group’s Service Officer since September 2016, being in charge of the Information Technology Executive Area, which provide all information technology services, systems (Academic, Financial, Accounting, Web Portal, Business Intelligence, DSM and other peripheral systems), telephone services and computer networks. He is also in charge of the Shared Service Center, which executes all centralized and transactional processes, such as payroll, accounting, revenue, collection, accounts payable and treasury, as well as several academic services (including the issuing and registration of diplomas, regulatory support with the MEC, service of student requests, grading of university entrance exams and academic planning). He has been a professor at UNESA since 2002, where he teaches several disciplines in the Computer Science and Information Systems areas to on-campus and distance-learning traditional and technological undergraduate programs. Between July and August 2016, he was the Officer responsible for the Shared Service Center. From July 2013 to June 2016, he was the Officer responsible for the Operations of the Rio de Janeiro Center Area (which comprises the campuses João Uchoa, Praça XI, Presidente Vargas, Menezes Cortes, Arcos da Lapa and Dorival Caymmi – Copacabana), whose main duties included academic planning, operations related to the delivery of classes and execution of other academic activities, compliance with regulatory processes, intake activities, maintenance of the student base, revenue, general and administrative expenses and personnel expenses. Between January and June 2013, he was the Distance-Learning Academic Officer, being responsible for academic planning, regulatory processes (such as authorization of courses and new units, recognition of courses and renewal of course recognition), the design and maintenance of Course Educational Projects, the organization of the design of teaching materials for the distance-learning methodology, as well as the availability of classes through the Learning Management System (LMS), the organization of the assessment system, student service and the coordination of the national question database design and maintenance processes. From May 2009 to December 2012, he was the Academic Service Manager of the Shared Service Center, being responsible for the following processes: the drafting of university entrance exam notices, student intake preparation, student graduation preparation, the issuance and registration of diplomas, regulatory support with the MEC, the servicing of student requests, the grading of university entrance exams and academic planning, among others.
Orlando Eustaquio Alves Ferreira Junior* Director without specific Title – On-Campus Operations Vice President March 19, 2018 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2020 GSM
Mr. Orlando Eustaquio Alves Ferreira Junior holds a degree in Computer Science from the University of Cuiabá and an MBA in Business Management from FGV, and is Head of the Operations department. He has 20 years of experience in Higher Education, having worked in several companies in the segment.
Alberto de Senna Santos* Director without specific Title – Legal and Compliance Vice President January 26, 2017 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2020 GSM
Mr. Santos has been the Company’s Legal and Compliance Officer since January 2017. Degree in Law from Centro Universitário de Brasília, concluded on December 2004, and a Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Capital Markets and Financial Market Regulation, concluded on May 2009, from Georgetown University. He began his legal career at Pinheiro Neto Advogados, where he worked from June 2000 to February 2005. Then he founded the law firm Senna, Pedroso e Miranda Advogados working, from March 2005 to December 2008, as the partner responsible for the group of Civil Litigation and lawyer before the High Court. Between January and June 2009, he worked as a foreign lawyer in the Enforcement department of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in Washington, DC. He returned to Brazil to found Credtaxi Meios de Pagamento Ltda., a distribution and logistics company in the mobile phone segment, holding the position of Chief Operating Officer between June 2009 and December 2013. Before joining Estácio as Legal Executive Officer, in September 2016, he worked as the Legal Executive Officer of UIB RexSeg Corretora de Seguros Ltda, an insurance multinational, from January 2014 to October 2015.
José Aroldo Alves Júnior* Vice-President of Marketing 06/12/2018 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2020 GSM
Vice-President of Marketing since June 12, 2018. Mr.  Alves Jr. began his career as a trainee at Votorantim Cimentos, where he worked for six years at different operations leadership positions. Before leaving the company, he was responsible for concrete operations in the North and Northeast regions of the country and led national process improvement projects.  He joined Estácio in 2009 to create the personnel cost planning area. He has held leadership positions in the Operations Executive Area, having been responsible for performance control and planning in all the operations, as well as managed Estácio’s operation in São Paulo. In early 2016, he took office as Strategic and Financial Planning Officer. Since October 2016, he has been Vice-President of Distance-Learning Operations. He graduated in Civil and General Engineering, with a double degree from the Federal University of Ceará and École Centrale de Lille, in France, as he received a French government excellence scholarship as part of the TIME (Top Industrial Managers for Europe) program. He holds an Executive MBA from the IESE Business School, in Barcelona.
Cláudia Romano Vice-President of Sustainability and Institutional Relations 04/04/2017
Vice-President of Sustainability and Institutional Relations since April 4, 2017. She holds a specialization degree in Leadership from the Dom Cabral Foundation and a degree in Social Communications with a minor in Journalism from Faculdade da Cidade. She was a partner at For Joy Comunicação and has been working for the Estácio Group for 14 years. She has extensive experience in Social Responsibility, Sustainability and the development of Strategic Partnerships. In the Strategic Partnerships area, she forges alliances that benefit all the Company’s stakeholders, creating asset value for Estácio’s services and products, as well as continuously seeking better negotiation conditions in order to generate additional revenue or new business opportunities. She structured the Social Responsibility and Sustainability Program Educar para Transformar (Educate to Transform), strategically focusing on five pillars: sports, culture, citizenship, school and innovation/entrepreneurship, which are integrated into Estácio’s other areas and the Company’s branding, depending on the results achieved. She also created the Tax Benefit Committee focusing on the approval of projects incentivized by the Rouanet Law, the Sports Law, ISS, Funcad, Pronas, Pronom and other programs. She led the establishment of criteria for the selection of projects that require the participation of students and provide practical experience that enriches the development of students beyond the classroom. Ms. Romano, as head of Branding, Corporate Communications, Media Relations, Institutional Relations and Chancellery, is in charge of guiding, coordinating, supervising and evaluating external and internal communications, as well as supervising the Company’s 26 PR agencies. She is also responsible for crisis management and works to quickly transform contingencies, uncertainties, problems and risks into positive solutions for Estácio, in addition to dealing in person with the press, companies, public agencies and the government. With an extensive and consistent contact network built over years with private, governmental and third-sector institutions, as well as opinion makers, she works directly and indirectly as a facilitator on several fronts of the Company. She is also responsible for the Chancellery and focuses on strengthening the university’s image of academic excellence and showing the educational market and society that it is possible to combine growth with educational quality.
Adriano Pistore Vice-President of Distance-Learning Operations 06/12/2018
Vice-President of Distance-Learning Operations since June 12, 2018. Mr. Pistore holds a degree in Business Administration from Centro Universitário da Serra Gaúcha, an MBA in Business Management from the same institution and an MSc in Management from the University of Caxias do Sul, with emphasis on Competitiveness and Innovation Management. He also holds a Master Certificate in Strategic Organizational Leadership and Management from Michigan State University. Mr. Pistore has 10 years of management experience in the Post-Secondary Education sector, having served as Dean, President and CEO of the FSG Group – one of the best and most qualified education centers in the South region.
Erika Magalhães Vice-President of People and Management 11/24/2017
Vice-President of People and Management since November 2017. Ms. Magalhães has over 20 years of experience in Human Resources, having worked in companies in several industries. She has degrees in Psychology and Business Administration, with emphasis on Business Management, a graduate degree in Finance, Green Belt certification and Coach certification from ICI. She began her career at Ambev in 1997, where she served for 10 years in the people and management area for the commercial structure. In 2007, she left the company, where she held the position of Regional Manager of People and Management of Ambev Rio. She joined the Noble Group, in the state of São Paulo, as head of HR for the Sugar Mill operation. In 2010, she took office as HR Manager for the Libra Group’s terminals where he worked until 2011. In 2012, she became HR Officer of Allied Tecnologia, a J. Morgan investee at the time, where she was responsible for starting the company’s HR and governance area, participated in the due diligence process with Advent International and led Allied’s projects and change processes until October 2017.
Rossano Marques Vice President of Corporate Services 7/16/2018
With more than 15 years of experience in large multinationals, he has worked at Shell, Banco ABN Real / Santander, Vale and Atento in several areas of specialty. He holds an MBA from MIT, a specialization degree in Finance from FGV and a bachelor’s degree in Marketing from PUC-RJ. His last position was as CFO of Atento in Brazil.

(*Statutory Officers)

Personnel and Corporate Governance Committee

The Personnel and Corporate Governance Committee is composed of four members.

Personnel and Corporate Governance Committee Members Election End of Term of Office
Maurício Luis Luchetti – Coordinator 04/18/2018 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2020 GSM
Jackson Medeiros de Farias Schneider 04/18/2018 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2020 GSM
Líbano Miranda Barroso 04/18/2018 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2020 GSM
Secretary End of Term of Office
Simone Wilches Braga 04/18/2018 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2020 GSM
Audit and Finance Committee

The Audit and Finance Committee is composed of four members and convenes on an ordinary basis every quarter.

Audit and Finance Committee Members Election End of Term of Office
Osvaldo Burgos Schirmer – Coordinator 04/18/2018 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2020 GSM
Líbano Miranda Barroso 04/18/2018 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2020 GSM
João Cox 04/18/2018 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2020 GSM
Secretary Indication End of Term of Office
Simone Wilches Braga 04/18/2018 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2020 GSM
Academic Committee

The Academic Committee is composed of three members.

Academic Committee Members Election End of Term of Office
Brenno Raiko de Souza – Coordinator 04/18/2018 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2020 GSM
Igor Xavier Correia Lima 04/18/2018 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2020 GSM
Flavio Benício Jansen Ferreira 04/18/2018 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2020 GSM
Secretary End of Term of Office
Simone Wilches Braga 04/18/2018 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2020 GSM
Strategic Committee

The Strategic Committee is composed of four members.

Strategic Committee Members Election End of Term of Office
Juan Pablo Zucchini – Coordinator 04/18/2018 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2020 GSM
Jackson Medeiros de Farias Schneider 04/18/2018 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2020 GSM
Osvaldo Burgos Schirmer 04/18/2018 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2020 GSM
Luiz Roberto Liza Curi 04/18/2018 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2020 GSM
Secretary Indication End of Term of Office
Simone Wilches Braga 04/18/2018 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2020 GSM
Performance Monitoring Committee
Strategic Committee Members Election End of Term of Office
Líbano Miranda Barroso – Coordinator 04/18/2018 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2020 GSM
Brenno Raiko de Souza 04/18/2018 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2020 GSM
Maurício Luis Luchetti 04/18/2018 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2020 GSM