I am a human rights lawyer and the head of Wallbrook’s global Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) & Human Rights practice. Originally from Brazil, I have over 10 years of experience working on human rights, anti-corruption, and environmental issues. Major projects I have worked on include managing a year-long corruption investigation in Congo-Brazzaville, which was published by The New York Times, The Times UK, Le Monde and others; tracking the links between agribusiness and deforestation of the Amazon rainforest; and investigating the human rights impact of mining companies in Mozambique.
In my current role I support leading investors and businesses on human rights due diligence, integrating it into their operational decision making, anti-corruption workflows, designing and implementing impact assessments, and adequately tracing supply chains. I work closely with external counsel and NGOs in executing this work.
I have lived, worked and travelled across Latin America, Europe and Africa.