Ada Suene


With a degree from Universidade Católica de Brasília (UCB, for the acronym in Portuguese) and 18 years of experience in the market, especially in public relations, she participated and headed several teams in both public and private institutions. She also has experience in public security, logistics and infrastructure.

In 2019, she led the press service of the Ministry of Justice and Public Security, coordinating the group of journalists responsible for the relationship with the press and developing specific and strategic communication projects for the agency. Before working for the Ministry of Justice, she provided consultancy services to the major transportation, logistics and economic segment companies in the country. She was an advisor to the Association of Private Port Terminals (ATP, for the acronym in Portuguese), which accounts for over 60% of the country’s cargo transportation; to the Brazilian Development Association (ABDE, for the acronym in Portuguese), which brings together the country’s development agencies, such as Banco do Brasil, Caixa Econômica and BNDES; and the National Federation of Engineers (FNE, for the acronym in Portuguese).

Between 2013 and 2017, at the Ministry of Transport, Ports and Civil Aviation, currently the Ministry of Infrastructure, she was advisor to the Ministry’s Office, preparing speeches and statements for ministers and secretaries. Among her duties, she was also an editor and content manager for the agency’s portal. She also elaborated and coordinated internal communication projects; institutional campaigns; and projects to implement the Extranet.

At the Union of Employees of the Federal Legislative Power and TCU (Sindilegis), from 2006 to 2012, she coordinated the weekly program for the Community TV (TVLegis) and publications on the entity’s institutional channels (fortnightly newspaper, special magazines and Portal).

She also provided press services to the Health Department of the Federal District and the Ministry of Finance.