As a Social Communicator with 19 years of experience, she built her career deeply involved with political, regulatory and institutional issues, with an emphasis on the Legislative environment. During her 13 years of experience at the National Congress, she advised prominent parliamentarians both at the Senate and the Chamber of Deputies, a position that required an analytical view and criteria to guide the positions and narratives of her advisees. In addition to individual advisory positions at the government, she also held party leadership advisory positions, which typically required a greater degree of articulation between different actors and legislative structures.
Her skills in these activities were reinforced by her post-graduation degree in “Legislative Communication”, from the Brazilian Legislative Institute (ILB), in addition to her graduate degree in History by the University Center of Brasília (UniCeub). Later, she completed a postgraduate degree in “Marketing and Digital Communication” at IESB University Center.
Her visibility of the parliamentary work resulted in an invitation to act as Marketing Manager at the National Federation of Accounting Services Companies (FENACON), an experience during which her list of institutional attributions and responsibilities was expanded. She was responsible, among other activities, for leading the sector’s team and coordinating strategic planning, content production for digital channels, editing the institutional magazine and internal communication. Broadly speaking, as manager, she was responsible for FENACON’s institutional strategic performance, as well as for the entity’s business activities and events.