Diretoria e Conselhos

Diretoria e Conselhos

Board of Directors

The Board of Directors is composed of at least seven 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
Francisco Amauri Olsen Independent Director Apr 27, 2016 GSM/2018
He has a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Furj/Univille, Joinville (SC), with specialization on Business Administration from Universidade de Southern, California (Advanced Management). Mr. Olsen is the Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors, President of the Audit Committee, Risks and Finance of Martins S.A., and he is also a member of the SIM Committee (integration between Tribanco and Atacado Matins), a distribution company of products and services. He is a director, President of the Department of Human Resources, Governance and Indication, and member of the Sustainability Committee and Committee of Related Parties of Duratex S.A., a company manufacturing wood products and sanitation metals directed to the furniture and civil construction sectors. He is also a director of Vedacit and Otto Baumgart, manufacturers of chemical products for civil construction; Shopping Center Norte and Expocenternorte, where he was elected with the mission of implementing the Board, committees and governance committee. In S&B – Texas e Terramix – Costa Rica, a worldwide leading company in rings for iron tubes, pvc and concrete, he was also elected the director of the Board of Directors responsible for the implementation of the governance practice. He is a member of the Audit, Risk and Finance Committee and Board of Directors of Rotoplas, a publicly-held company, leader in Mexico in water tanks, operating in 11 countries. In Dalka S/A, a water system company, he is a member of the Board of Directors. In Cassol Group, a company operating in the premolded and retail construction material sectors, he was a member of the Advisory Board from 2012 to 2015. Mr. Olsen was the CEO for 16 years and director for one year, through 2010, of Tigre S.A., a company manufacturing tubes and connections for hydraulic installations. He was also a member of the Board of Directors of the following companies: (i) Marisol S.A., operating in the child clothing and foot sector; (ii) Portobello S.A., operating in the ceramic coverage sector; and Papaiz S.A., manufacturer of door locks, locks and hinges. He was the founder and Chairman of the Board of Directors, through 2010, of ABRAMAT, an association of leading manufacturers operating in the construction material sector. Other positions held: (i) member of the Superior Board of Construction Sector – CONSIC, São Paulo (SP); member of the Resolutive Board of ADVB-SC, Florianópolis (SC); (ii) member of the Resolutive Board of FNQ – Fundação Nacional da Qualidade (SP); (iv) member of the Superior Board of ONG Trata Brasil, São Paulo (SP); (v) managing partner of Olsen Consultoria Empresarial S/S Ltda., Joinville (SC), which provides business management advisory services, except for technical consulting (since 2010); (vi) managing partner of Cerro Azul Empreendimentos Ltda., Joinville (SC), operating in the beef cattle sector (since 2008).
Jackson Medeiros de Farias Schneider Independent Director Apr 27, 2016 GSM/2018
He has a bachelor’s degree in Law from Universidade de Brasília and MBA in Business Administration from Business School São Paulo. Mr. Schneider was elected Vice-President of the Business Department of Embraer on December 5, 2013, effective beginning January 1, 2014. In Embraer, a publicly-held company operating in the aircraft manufacturing sector, from July 2012 to December 2013, he was the Vice-President of the Department of Human Resources, Institutional Relations and Sustainability. In the private sector, he as the Assistant Director of Corporate Relations of Unilever, a company operating in the consumption products sector, and VicePresident of Human Resources, Legal Relations and Corporate Matters of Mercedes Benz do Brasil, a company operating in the automotive sector. In addition, he was the CEO of ANFAVEA (Brazilian Association of Automotive Vehicle Producers), ABIPLA (Brazilian Association of Cleaning Products and Similar), as well as a member of the Board of Taxpayers under the Finance Department. Currently, he is the vice-president of FIESP (Association of Industries of the State of São Paulo) and member of the Board of Directors of Mercedes- Benz do Brasil, a company operating in the automotive sector, and some associations, such as Ayrton Senna Institute, AACD and MASP.
João Cox Neto Chairman Apr 27, 2016 GSM/2018
Economist, with post-graduation from Université du Québec à Montreal and College of Petroleum Studies of Oxford University. He was a member of the Board of Directors of several companies in Brazil and abroad (Israel, Argentina and The Netherlands), in addition to have participated in the CRSFN – Board of the Brazilian Financial System Resources, ABRASCA – Brazilian Association of Publicly-held Companies and IBRI – Brazilian Institute of Investors Relations. Currently, he is a member of the Board of Directors of (i) Estácio Participações S.A., in which he is a member of the Person and Governance Committee and leader of the Audit and Finance Committee; (ii) Embraer S.A., an aviation company, as a member of the Audit and Risk Committee and leader of the Human Resources Committee; (iii) Linx S.A., a retail management software company, as a member of the Compensation Committee and leader of the Audit Committee and (iv) OTP S.A., as a member of the Planning and Organization Committee. Since 2010, Mr. Cox manages Cox Investments & Advisory, a company focused on investments, mainly in the real estate, technology, consumption and financial services areas, and provision of advisory services, mainly in the financial and strategic areas. Over the last five (5) years, he was not involved in any: (i) criminal conviction; (ii) conviction in an administrative proceeding of CVM; and (iii) final and unappealable conviction, legal or administrative, that suspended or disqualified him for the practice of any professional or business activity.
Libano Miranda Barroso Independent Director Apr 27, 2016 GSM/2018
He has a bachelor’s degree in Economics from Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, focused on Finance, from IBMEC, and post-graduation in Business Law from Fundação Getúlio Vargas. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Via Varejo, a publicly-held retail company, since February 2014, as a member of the Audit and Finance Committees and Expansion Committee. He was the CEO of Via Varejo in 2014 and 2015, and he was the Vice-President of Operations of Pão de Açúcar Group, in the same sector, in 2016. Previously, he held several executive positions. He was the CEO of TAM Airlines, an aviation company, between 2009 and 2012, where he structured the LAN-TAM joint venture and established LATAM Airlines Group, whose shares were traded in the stock exchange, NYSE, in 2012. He created, structured and lead the IPO of Multiplus S.A., a company that deals with loyalty program coalition, and was its CEO in 2010. As Vice-President of the Finance and Management Department of TAM, he conducted the corporate restructuring process during the IPO in Bovespa and NYSE, respectively in 2005 and 2006. He also held a position in CCR – Companhia de Concessões Rodoviárias as CFO and Investor Relations Officer, participating in the initial studies, creation and conduction of the IPO, by launching the Bovespa Novo Mercado sector, of which he was the first DRI, in 2002. Since 2012, he is the managing partner of J2L Gestão de Investimentos S/A, a company responsible for the management of funds and provision of advisory and consulting services for mergers and acquisitions.
Luiz Roberto Liza Curi Independent Director Jun 30, 2016 GSM/2018
A member of the Company’s Board of Directors since July 2016. Sociologist, graduated in social sciences/sociology from Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP), with specialization in sociology of scientific knowledge from Instituto de Filosofia e Ciências Humanas (IFCH/UNICAMP) and a doctoral degree in economics from Instituto de Economia (UNICAMP). Mr. Curi’s main professional experiences in the last five years include: (i) President of INEP-Instituto de Estudos e Pesquisas Educacionais Anísio Teixeira (until May 2016); (ii) Director of higher education at UnyLeya (from 2014 to January 2016); (iii) National Director of higher education and research – SEB (from 2008 to 2014); (iv) board member of the National Education Council (CNE) since 2012; (v) board member at Instituto TIM de Educação, Ciência e Cultura since 2014; (vi) board member of Conselho da Leya Editora and UnyLeya Educação (from 2014 to 2016) and (vii) board member at Fundação Portinari since 2003.
Maurício Luís Luchetti Independent Co-Chairman Apr 27, 2016 GSM/2018
Mr. Luchetti holds a Bachelor degree in Business Administration by Pontifícia Universidade Católica of Rio de Janeiro and a graduate degree in Finance and HR by IAG PUC-RJ. From 1985 to 2003, he worked for the company Brahma/Ambev, a company in the beverage business, performing several duties, being the last Regional Officer for 5 years, responsible for the Manufacturing, Commercial, and Distribution areas in the Midwest and North of Brazil, and Corporate Director of Personnel and Management for 5 years, responsible for all policies, Human Resource programs, and Management Programs in all transactions of Latin America, as well as Management of the Corporate University. From 2003 to 2006, he worked in Grupo Votorantim as Director of Organizational Development in Holding VPAR (2003 to 2004) and subsequently was COO of Votorantim Cimentos Brasil (2004 and 2006). Estácio’s Director (2010 to January 2016), holding the position of Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors (May 2013 to January 2016) and Independent Director of Tempo Assist, a company in the Service business. Maurício worked as member of the Board of Directors of Taesa – Transmissora de Energia, Mangels, Construtora Tenda, and Nutriplant. Over the last 5 (five) years he has not been a party to (i) any criminal conviction; (ii) any administrative proceeding of CVM, as well as (iii) any labor lawsuit whose final decision has been issued, at legal or administrative level, which has suspended or disqualified him to exercise any professional or commercial activity.
Osvaldo Burgos Schirmer Independent Director Apr 27, 2016 GSM/2018
He has a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, master’s degree from Southern Illinois University and attended to several small courses, including a course at Harvard Business School, focused on management instruments for senior managers and entrepreneurs. Concurrently with his activities as a businessman, he developed an academic activity for several years at Universidade Federal do Estado do Rio Grande do Sul, both in the graduation and post-graduation courses. Mr. Schirmer is an independent member of the Board of Directors of Lojas Renner S.A., a chain of clothing department stores, since April 2012; and since April 2013 he is the Chairman of this Board. He is a member of the Board of Directors and he is also a member of the supporting committees of the Boards of the following companies: (i) SLC Agricola S.A., since June 2013, an agricultural commodities company; (ii) Odebrecht Transport S.A., since February 2014, a company operating in the infrastructure project sector; and (iii) Mills Industrial Services, a publicly- held company operating in the sector of engineering products and services. He is the Chairman of the Board of the American Chamber of Commerce of the State of Rio Grande do Sul and Vice- President of the American Chamber of the State of São Paulo. Recently, he was elected a member of the Advisory Board of HSBC Bank, a financial institution. He worked at Gerdau Group from 1986 to January 2013, as a Director from 1987 to January 2013. He was a member of the Board of Directors of Lupatech S.A., from June 2012 to August 2013, a company operating in the oil and gas sectors. Over his career, he has offered lectures in several national and international capital market events and more recently he has addressed governance issues. He wrote some articles to magazines and newspapers and received the “O Equilibrista” award from the Brazilian Institute of Finance Executives, and again was appointed as the best CFO in Latin America by the Institutional Investor Magazine.
Juan Pablo Zucchini Independent Director September 20, 2017 GSM/2018

Mr. Juan Pablo Zucchini has a degree in economics from the Catholic University of Argentina and an MBA in business administration from Austral University – IAE. He is a Managing Partner of Advent International and has 19 years of experience in private equity, leading several transactions. He currently focuses on investments in the areas of education and healthcare in Latin America. Before joining Advent International, Mr. Zucchini worked for three years in the Perez Compac Group, where he worked in several privatization projects in Argentina, especially in the energy, oil and gas industries. 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 segment. He is currently the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Biotoscana S.A. (GBIO33), a publicly-held company in the healthcare segment, and member of the Board of Directors of Fleury S.A. (FLRY3), publicly-held company leader in diagnosis in the health segment.

Brenno Raiko de Souza Independent Director September 20, 2017 GSM/2018
Mr. Brenno Raiko de Souza has a degree in economics from the Getúlio Vargas Foundation in Rio de Janeiro and an MBA from the Harvard Business School. 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. In recent years, he was part of Advent‘s investments in United Medical, Fleury, Allied, Container Terminal of 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. He is currently a member of the Board of Directors of Fleury S.A. (FLRY3), publicly-held company leader in diagnosis in the health segment, Biotoscana (GBIO33), a publicly-held healthcare company and Allied Tecnologia, a private company leader in marketing technology products.
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 19, 2017 GSM/2018
Mr. Coelho is a member of our fiscal council. Mr. Coelho was a member of the fiscal council of Telemar Participações from April 1999 to March 2008. In April 2000, he was elected to the fiscal council of Lojas Americanas S.A., and he is also a member of the fiscal council of Magnesita Refratarios S.A. He is currently a partner in fiscal and accounting advisory, planning, business advisory, agricultural undertakings, real estate projects and holding companies. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Augusto Motta University Society (Sociedade Universitaria Augusto Motta—SUAM).
Julio Cesar Piña Garcia Rodrigues Alternate Member Apr 19, 2017 GSM/2018
Emanuel Sotelino Schifferle Councillor Apr 19, 2017 GSM/2018
Mr. Schifferle is a member of our fiscal council. He has been a partner and officer at ASPA Assessoria e Participações S/C Ltda. over the past 18 years. He has also been a member of the fiscal council of the following companies: Lojas Americanas S.A., Hopi Hari S.A., ALL—America Latina Logística, Companhia de Bebidas das Americas—AmBev and Ferroban—Ferrovias Bandeirantes S.A. He was a member of the boards of directors of Manasa Madeireira Nacional S.A., Ferropar S.A. and São Carlos Empreendimentos e Participações S.A. Mr. Schifferle is also a member of the fiscal council of Companhia de Bebidas das Américas – AMBEV e ALLIS Participações S.A.
Alexei Ribeiro Nunes Alternate Member Apr 19, 2017 GSM/2018
Vanessa Claro Lopes Councillor Apr 19, 2017 GSM/2018
Currently a masters’ student in Management Systems at Universidade Federal Fluminense, with an MBA in Business Management from EAESP/FGV, a graduate degree in Computer Networks from Universidade São Judas Tadeu/SP, an undergraduate degree in Accounting from Universidade Federal Fluminense and in System Analysis from FATEC/BS. Her main professional experiences include: member of the Fiscal Councils of Gerdau S/A (2016-curently); Terra Santa Agro S/A (2016-curently); Via Varejo S/A, where she acts as Chairman of the Fiscal Council (2014-curently). Coordinator of the Audit Committee of Tegma Logistica S/A (2014-currently). She was Corporate Internal Audit Officer at Grupo Brasil, hierarchically reporting to the CEO of TAM S/A and reporting, at the headquarters, to the LATAM Corporate Internal Audit area, in Chile (2010 to 2014). She worked at Globex Utilidades S/A (Grupo Pão de Açúcar) as Internal Audit Manager (2004 to 2010). She also worked as Coordinator of the Corporate Internal Audit area, hierarchically reporting to the Head of the Area in Brazil and functionally reporting to the Audit Area of the Parent Company of Globex Utilidades S/A (Grupo Pão de Açúcar) in Spain. She was responsible for coordinating the Audit team of Vivo operators and conducting audit projects in all companies of the Telefônica Group in Brazil (2001 to 2004).
Saulo de Tarso Alves de Lara Alternate Member Apr 19, 2017 GSM/2018

 

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 and Investor Relations Officer Aug 30, 2016 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2018 GSM
Mr. Thompson has over 13 years’ experience with finance, of which 8 years working in Private Equity and Capital Markets. From 2003 to 2007, Mr. Thompson worked as senior auditor in Deloitte, where he participated and managed several teams in projects such as external audit, risk assessment and due diligence for M&A. Between 2007 and 2012, he worked in PDG Realty, participated in the IPO process and then served in several finance areas, such as: planning and control, M&A, treasury and investor relations, which he was Corporate Finance Officer. In PDG he also served as Board Member of REP, a Business Plan of PDG focused on strip malls and shopping centers. From 2012 to 2016 he worked as Private Equity Director in BTG Pactual, where he was CFO of Leader from 2013 to 2014 (a portfolio Company of BTG Pactual). Mr. Thompson majored in Business, and also attended the Owner and President Program at Harvard Business School.
Leonardo Moretzsohn De Andrade CFO October 26, 2016 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2018 GSM
Mr. Andrade has an MBA in Business Management from Fundação Getulio Vargas, completed a graduate program in Industrial Projects at COPPE/UFRJ, and majored in Economics at the University of Brasília. He also attended several executive development programs in renowned institutions, including Columbia University, MIT, Kellogg (all in the USA) and IMD (in Switzerland). Mr. Andrade developed his career in the areas of finance, strategic planning, development and management of mining, natural resources, infrastructure and consumer goods companies, as well as implementation of corporate governance. He has held several top management positions in Brazilian and multinational companies in Brazil and abroad, including Mangalarga Projetos e Participações, Grupo Carta Fabril, Grupo EBX and Vale. He was also a member of the Board of Directors of Brazilian and foreign companies, including PT Inco Pkt (Indonesia) and Samarco, as well as the Chairman of the Board of Curators of Valia and the Board of Directors of Verde Potash (Canada).
Hudson Rubem De Oliveira Mello Junior Education Vice President October 07, 2016 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2018 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.
Sergio Santos Leite Pinto Director without specific Title – Operations Vice President Jul 19, 2016 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2018 GSM
Mr. Leite joined Estácio in 2010, having occupied the following positions; (i) Head of Central Operations (RJ) and of Barra Center (Barra da Tijuca, Recreio dos Bandeirantes and Jacarepaguá – RJ) in 2011, (ii) Head of Infrastructure and Asset Management in 2013, (iii) Head of Southern Region Operations in 2014, and (iv) Head of Rio de Janeiro Regional Operations in 2015. In July 2016, he was appointed an Executive Officer. Between 1991 and 2000, he worked at AmBev, a beverage company, which he joined as a trainee, before held several positions, the last of which being Logistics and Distribution Manager. Between 2000 and 2004 he was Distribution Manager and Supply Chain Planning Manager at Coca-Cola Andina, a beverage distributor. Between 2004 and 2007, he was Brazilian Supply Chain Manager at Abbott Laboratórios do Brasil, a pharmaceutical firm, before joining Coca-Cola Company, where he remained until 2008.
Antonio Higino Viegas Director without specific Title – Marketing Vice President October 07, 2016 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2018 GSM
Mr. Viegas has been the Company’s Chief Marketing Officer since October 2016. He has 20 years of experience and holds bachelor’s degrees in Law (ITE) and Marketing (ESPM), as well as an International Executive MBA (USP) and a Master’s degree in Management (PUC-SP), having also attended courses in the Universities of Cambridge (England), Lyon (France) and Vanderbilt (USA). He specializes in leading teams and processes in the areas of marketing sales and operations in national and international companies. He was an Operations Manager and Regional Sales Manager at Ambev (Brahma), a beverage company, between 1993 and 1997; a National Sales Manager at SKY, a pay-TV company, between 1997 and 2001; Relationship Marketing Officer at AT Telefonica, a telephone service company, between 2001 and 2005; Marketing Officer at Anhanguera Educacional, an education company, between 2006 and 2008; and Marketing Officer at Estácio between 2009 and 2010. He was also Estácio’s Graduate Program Officer between September 2014 and July 2016 and Continuing Education Officer (EDUCON) from July to September 2016. He has been trained in Corporate Governance by the Brazilian Institute of Corporate Governance (IBGC) and is a professor/lecturer on topics related to marketing, negotiation and marketing planning.
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 2018 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.
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 04/29/2016 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2018 GSM
Jackson Medeiros de Farias Schneider 04/29/2016 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2018 GSM
Líbano Miranda Barroso 15/12/2016 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2018 GSM
Secretary End of Term of Office
Simone Wilches Braga 06/30/2016 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2018 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 04/29/2016 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2018 GSM
Líbano Miranda Barroso 04/29/2016 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2018 GSM
João Cox 04/29/2016 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2018 GSM
Secretary Indication End of Term of Office
Simone Wilches Braga 06/30/2016 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2018 GSM
Academic Committee

The Academic Committee is composed of four members.

Academic Committee Members Election End of Term of Office
Luiz Roberto Liza Curi 06/30/2016 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2018 GSM
João Cox Neto 15/12/2016 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2018 GSM
Líbano Miranda barroso 15/12/2016 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2018 GSM
Secretary End of Term of Office
Simone Wilches Braga 06/30/2016 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2018 GSM
Strategic Committee

The Strategic Committee is composed of four members.

Strategic Committee Members Election End of Term of Office
João Cox Neto – Coordinator 09/20/2017 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2018 GSM
Líbano Miranda Barroso 09/20/2017 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2018 GSM
Jackson Medeiros de Farias Schneider 09/20/2017 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2018 GSM
Juan Pablo Zucchini 09/20/2017 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2018 GSM
Secretary Indication End of Term of Office
Simone Wilches Braga 09/20/2017 Until the first Board of Directors‘ Meeting following the 2018 GSM